I always go home after I have finished my game.
It’s fun to play tennis, but not on a rainy day.
It’s fun to play tennis, but not if it is raining that day.
Playing tennis is fun, but not on a rainy day.
Start with a gerund noun sometimes. They are easy to
make. Just take a verb and add “ing.”
I enjoy skiing whether it is raining or snowing.
I enjoy skiing, even if it is raining.
Even if it is raining, I enjoy skiing.
Thinking about the order in which you give
information can help you to emphasize what you wish to emphasize.
I run over five kilometers, because I have always had
very good stamina.
Try to avoid saying it twice. For example, the
original sentence included “long distances over five kilometers,” but most
people will understand that five K is long.
When I was a teenager, my parents and I went on safari
in East Africa and we saw an elephant standing in the middle of the road.
Using a long sentence to give related details (age,
who was with the student, what he was doing, where he was, and what
happened) is a useful way to write.
I drifted towards this man, who was entertaining the
crowd with his magic tricks and patter while my parents were busy taking
Using “this” makes the man seem more attractive than
just using “a” or “the.” Being a bit more specific by changing “special”
to “magic” and adding “patter” improves the sentence.
When I was back home, my brother was riding a bicycle in
the middle of a football field and trying to entertain people, but he
Don’t be afraid to include lots of details in the
same sentence and remember that the final position, which in this case is
“but he failed badly” is a very powerful one for emphasis. Now we are very
interested in the next sentence.