It could all be avoided with this producet…. Hall, who speaks in soft, measured tones, spent most of his life sitting in wooden church pews, hearing about the goodness of God. None of the examples just given were particularly exotic, and they could all easily have occurred in conversational speech. You might read word by word. Thank goodness I sold all my own real estate privately without an agent. A group of extrovert Otley men will be stripping for a very good cause at a fund-raising spectacular next month.
For example, a form or questionnaire can sometimes have an item ending with a colon, where the person filling it out needs to list whatever applies. The ability to write a good sentence is essential to your ability to write well. And they sure now how to make the mundane sexy! The 300 or so demonstrators were in a good mood, laughing, waving signs and banners, beating home-made drums, and, thank goodness, shouting some new chants. All the world should, and must, gather together in spirit and ensure that in the end only the goodness of mankind will prevail, as we venture into forever together. When you write for a task-oriented audience, you need to work much harder to keep their attention. The most basic statement of the tradition is that there is a double mystery, the dark mystery of evil and the bright mystery of goodness.
He kissed the hand of Mrs. And I guess in business writing we should be even more focused on the reader than in fiction? Since love, of his goodness, has converted you from your sin, you shall be the best pillar of all his faith, I trow, and most harass his foes. Chesterton wished to break any connection between goodness and spiritlessness. Thank goodness the cameras are there to capture Lady Luck smiling on these heartbroken saps, who really just want to find real love. A military appointing authority could choose to disqualify any panel member for good cause. Next week is my one year anniversary of breaking up with Chris.
A badness of Angra Mainyu replies each goodness created by Ahura Mazda. In The Fragility of Goodness, Nussbaum argues that fourth-century Athenians understood the moral life to be more than isolated dilemmatic choices. The dentist gave me novocaine to numb my tooth before drilling, thank goodness. The colon sets off your information, making it easy to sort. Show More Sentences Have the goodness to look at me, said Mr.
Some features of its make-up were evidences of his goodness and beneficence, while others displayed his displeasure. It's simply that there's another half to it, and that is the immeasurability of creativity and goodness that have to be affirmed in the workplace. The difference is we never use a preposition in the construction X is good value. Well, he sure did look surprised at my honesty, but, thank goodness, he wasn't hightailing out that door. You may have packed them off with boxes and bags full of nutritious goodness but can you ensure they weren't swapped for two bars of chocolate and a packet of bubblegum? Thank goodness it was only ever a standby facility, and that today it lies rotting and abandoned. Thank goodness they claim to be non-political otherwise they would be giving politics a bad name! We use them for class. Sentences can be long or short.
Thank goodness doctors and nurses working in large hospitals and medical clinics are not allowed such a broad stroke interpretation of the law. God is the being whose coessential goodness is its reason for doing infinite and eternal good. A few pointers, however: 1. Is your writing good enough? If you are a content publisher, you need to know. Show More Sentences Even if you don't agree, at least have the goodness to be polite! When the second sentence serves to explain the first, they can be connected with a colon. Where and when and why did Russ meet ram Dass, for goodness sakes? In the complex sentence above, John left is the independent clause. It was a crazy episode in which Ricksen was presented, not without good cause, as a victim.
What was once our sustenance has become carcinogenic and devoid of goodness and nourishment. I'd never heard of the journal before but it's chock full of goodness for those with an interest in word usage and origins. Write in English Lesson Three: How to write good sentences The sentence is the basic unit for communicating an idea or information. Thank goodness it was only ever a standby facility, and that today it lies rotting and abandoned. The only relief from all this greasy goodness was a sweet and tangy tartar sauce and bowls of green tomato pickles and pickled okra.
Now the lady had decided on a sirloin steak, thank goodness. Goodness of fit was assessed by diagnostic plots and the statistical significance of the Pearson chi-square of the fitted model. The most likely scenario for a construction exactly like the one you wrote would be a form that has been filled out. He that would have another god, would have the Lord to be ungodded, and to lose his sovereign power and goodness! You treat yourself to a glass of red Rioja Reserva, and you sit down in your favorite sofa to read the book you received from a friend. His works present a critique of Victorian materialism yet also convey spiritual consolation, faith in humanity and in the power and goodness of great men. In the next exercise, combine two parts of a sentence to make one sentence. These are the books that we use for class.
I fed his curiosity, for it allowed me to praise the goodness and virtues of my people. I thought thank goodness there are some of his age group who have the guts to put in print his opinion of Great Britain. Show More Sentences Various information on the nutritiousness and goodness of cocoa are compiled and disseminated to the public and are available upon request. Unalloyed enthusiasm for anything is bound to be a mistake, so thank goodness for the critics, the skeptics, the second-thought-havers, and even the outright apostates. In the end, one might think that goodness was only imaginary, an exaggerated western virtue. We gave the two of them some wine, asking their opinion as to the condition, quality, goodness, or badness of the wine.
Thank goodness I'm of legal age and able to transact business in my own right. Yet we find, there are some so good, as to love goodness purely for goodness sake. Like the planets of the solar system, men too were drawn into a type of gravitation toward goodness in this way. A Teesside teenager who wanted rid of his dreadlocks cashed them in for a good cause. A slice of each six-inch-high layer cake weighs almost a pound, for goodness sakes. Instead of spending crores of rupees on your Temple charades, why not put the money to a good cause like this one? Go hither for links to more acoustic goodness, any choon of which could serve as aural activator for love and good feelings. There's no difference in meaning.