Linguistics and Point Essay

Custom Student Mr. Teacher ENG 1001-04 12 September 2016

Linguistics and Point

I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub point moving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub point moving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. )

BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences.] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B.

Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired.

For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives.) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.

] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ]

1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.

] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.]

2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences.] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.

] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. )

BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.]

2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ]

1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ]

1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ]

1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.]

2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. )

BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences.]

1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B.

Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired.

For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives.)

BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences.

] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. )

BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ]

2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body.

A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook.

Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A.

Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ] 1. Sub-sub point [Write sub-sub points in full sentences. ] 2. Sub-sub point B. Sub pointmoving from the introduction into the first main point of the body. A connective is not required here but may be used if desired. For information on connectives, review pages 177-178 of your textbook. Skip a space above and below connectives. ) BODY I. A single complete sentence expressing the main point of this section of the speech A. Sub point [As with main points, sub points should be written in full sentences. ]

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