Varying sentence patterns
Varying sentence pattern in your writing will help the reader maintain interest and focus on important information.
In its simplest form, an English sentence has two parts: a subject and a verb that express a complete thought when they are together.
Longer sentences can be made by using conjunction, subordinators, or relative clauses to combine shorter sentences.
Longer sentences combine closely related idea.
Shorter sentences emphasize or stress one important point.
There was a sudden noise.
Then a cat jumped out of the bushes and ran up the path.
2. Longer(with conjuction):
Even though it was a cat, my heart started beating faster.
3. Longer (with subordinator):
The next noise that I heard was definitely not a cat
4. Longer (with relative clause):
So let's play a game