For example, 'sunset', 'bloody sky', 'red edge of the sky', 'red mountains on the horizon'-close, but a bit different. But if you use the word 'Cabbage'? What change? A vegetable with a lot of odezhek without a zipper? 26. Do not abuse participles and gerunds. For example: 'Andrew had come up the stairs to put his shoulder his rifle and started down, holding the railing painted in green, vminaya paint under your fingers. 'Better the whole thing divided into a few sentences: "Andrew came to the spiral staircase.
Hand shot up up, threw her on the shoulder of a gun. Andrew looked down between the spans and began to descend. Green rail creaked, crackled paint, dent in the tree. 'And the easier to read and paint more. 27.
Does not always comply with the connection to time, but try to be. 28. You may find NSW Department of Education to be a useful source of information. Typical errors in sentence structure is not the place gerunds. For example, Andrew went to the spiral staircase. Hand shot up up, throwing his rifle over his shoulder. He began to descend. Green rail creaking under the clenched fingers. Paint crunched, dent in the tree. In the sentence: 'The green under the creaking rail clenched fingers' – you must first bite, and only after that can squeak. So logically it would be: 'Under the clenched fingers creaked green railings'. However, the 'clenched paltsy'-complete result. Why would the rails creak. This requires periodic compression, decompression. It's better, 'Fingers clenched, so that the railing creaked. " Another ditch, when needed verb, gerund and do, and-contrary: In the sentence: 'A hand shot up up, throwing his rifle over his shoulder "- it is necessary to make a verb participle, gerund and verb.