In building a sentence. the author brings about what he has in head. However. it is non pleasant for the portion of the reader to read a sentence where the words contained don’t relate with each other. Construction involves right sentence order. right construction and lucidity. Verb tenses find if an action was taken at the yesteryear. is being taken at the present. and will be taken in the hereafter. “At the clip the famous person went up the phase. the crowd cheers with such joy” has an inconsistent tense since the first phrase indicated a past tense. At the clip the famous person went up the phase. the crowd cheered with such joy” has a right building.
“They must reflect existent alterations in clip. ” ( Aaron. 2007. p. 209 ) A temper is a signifier of verb that tells whether the talker is saying a fact or inquiring a inquiry ( declarative ) . doing a request/command ( imperative ) . or showing a supposition/suggestion or status that is contrary to a fact ( subjunctive ) . Shifts in temper. normally in imperative signifier. don’t make any consistence. “Open the seal wholly. and agitate it good before using” gives a complete direction to be done.
The voice of the verb determines the activity of the topic. In the active voice. the topic is the actor ; while in inactive voice. it receives the action done by another object. “Water gives nutrient for the workss ; refreshment for people is given by water” is inconsistent. “Water gives nutrient for the workss and refreshment for people” is right since they are both in active voice. Verb tenses. temper and voice must be consistent in their signifier throughout the whole sentence to avoid confusion and supply lucidity.