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Exercise 1:
i) Read the paragraphs below and locate the Topic sentence. ii) Circle the Topic & underline the Controlling idea.
Iii) There is one sentence that breaks the rule of unity.Find it & cross it out.
Passage 1:
Daredevil sports are becoming popular. Young people especially are increasingly willing to risk their lives while mountain biking, bungee jumping, or high-speed skateboa
California is a state with every type of geography.It has mountains where you can enjoy the winter sports of skiing,snowboarding,and snowshoeing.It has deserts where temperatures can reach 110°F (43°C) in the summer.It has beaches where you can surf,swim and fish.It has forests where the world’s tallest trees grow.Finally,it has farmlands where a lot of the nation’s fruits and vegetables grow.California also has Hollywood and Disneyland,which are world-famous centres of entertainment.California is a popular place to live,so many peolple move there every year.Indeed California has it all: deserts, beaches, and farms.

Exercise 2
In the following paragraph, choose an appropriate transition signal from those listed after each blank.
Have you ever wondered how those big ocean storms called hurricanes or typhoons get their name? Who decides to name a hurricane “Anne” or “Barbara” or “Bill”? The way hurricane and typhoons are named has changed over the years, and it is an interesting story. Originally, weather forecasters described them by their position in degrees of latitude and longitude 1. (In addition, For example, Since) typhoons might be called “21.20 north, 157.52 west”. 2. (Then, However ,Moreover) this method was confusing, because storms do not stay in the same place 3.(thus ,therefore ,in brief) people developed other ways to identify them. In the Caribbean Sea, hurricanes were named after the Catholic saint’s days 4.(thus, for example, moreover) a hurricane…...

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