Ehrenreich uses simplistic sentence structure and many hypens.
Ehrenreich uses a simple sentence structure instead of a more complex structure to create an easier understanding for the audience.
Ehrenreich uses more of a simple sentence structure to appeal to the readers, as well as to fully be able to get her point across in more straightforward way.
Ehrenreich mainly uses complex syntax in this book. Many of her sentences had multiple commas or dashes. They served to add details or commentary (something she liked to do a lot) to the point that was being made in the sentence. Rhetorical questions were also heavily utilized in this piece. They served to elevate a particular message by challenging the reader to think about the question asked.
Ehrenreich uses a more natural and simplistic syntax in her book rather than a complex one. This is most likely to allow the average person to understand the text without using a structure that may confuse most. This allows a more straightforward idea that will less likely distract the reader from getting the main point of the book.
Ehrenreich sentence structure is very simple and very casual, with facts presented more matter-of-fact rather than using a long, detailed explanation. This is helpful for the average person, as it makes some very complex subjects easier to understand. It also helps keep the story from veering off the main idea.
Ehrenreich uses a mixture of simple and complex sentences to appeal to both more advanced readers and the everyday reader.
Ehrenreich uses a very simple sentence structure. She makes these sentences as simple and straightforward as possible to get her point across completely. She says things as if they are common fact so she does not need to explain much.
Throughout the book Ehrenreich uses a mixture of simple and complex sentence structure, but does use more of simple. This helps the average reader understand the book more and helps Ehrenreich get her point across.
Ehrenreich exhibits a simple sentence structures in order to allow a broad audience to understand what she is trying to portray. In addition, this helps make connections with readers with the average educational backgrounds, as they can easily grasp what she is trying to say.
Ehrenreich uses a combination of simple and complex sentences to appeal to more intellectually advanced readers and more simplistic readers who may not be able to comprehend bigger, more advanced sentences and information.
The author is creative and uses a variety of simple and complex sentences for the advanced reader as well as the more common reader. This makes the reader more comfortable reading in an understandable syntax.
I believe the author uses a simplistic sentence structure, because she does not use many compound sentences to formulate her ideas. She mostly does this so that a lower level reader can understand her point. But in some instances she use complex sentences to state facts about her experiences which helps create more of a sophisticated tone.
Ehrenreich used a mix of simple and complex sentences to help portray her message to all types of audiences. This allowed her readers to not only understand what she is writing, but also be comfortable with her syntax.
Ehrenreich uses simple sentence structure throughout the book, making it easy to comprehend. She makes it casual, normally, unless she is stating facts and statistics.
Barbara Ehrenreich utilizes a more simplistic and straightforward syntax through the entire book. I believe she employs this syntax. So that anybody can pick up this book, read it, and understand the argument/conflict she is trying to address throughout the book.
Ehrenreich uses a simpler syntax throught the book to make everything as clear, and casual as possible with the reader. She sometimes changed her sentence structure when stating factual evidence but it is still easily readable.
Throughout the book, Ehrenreich keeps a casual and easy to read vibe with her simple sentences. This makes it easy to understand what is occurring. Since most of her experiences are straight forward, there is no reason for her to do anything different with the sentence structure.
Ehrenreich utilizes a more simplistic syntax to keep everything as clear, and casual as possible with the reader. This allowed readers to become comfortable with her syntax.
Ehrenreich keeps things straight to the point, using a very simple style of writing that makes it easy to understand.
Ehrenreich's syntax is never too difficult or complicated. It is simple and easy to understand for the reader.
Ehrenreich uses simple syntax so readers can easily understand what is happening. She is making simple observations of what has been happening and has easily understood concepts.
Ehrenreich's syntax is very simplistic and not very complex through most of the text. I believe the reason for this is to get her point across very short and simple, to allow readers to become more engaged, and to express the strict facts and seriousness of minimum wage living.
Ehrenreich uses relatively simple and casual syntax to make it easier for the audience to engage and also understand the topic better. Her simple syntax allows everyone to be able to read and understand what she is trying to say without difficulty. Ehrenreich also uses complex syntax, but even then, it still isn't very difficult to understand. There is no need for her to go into depth and detail and use complex syntax most of the time because she is very clear and straightforward when she writes. Ehrenreich mostly writes with casual, simple syntax that can be easily understood by readers.
Ehrenreich's syntax is pretty simple and short. It's easy to read and understand, and it helps her get the point across.
Ehrenreich is simple and casual syntax, sometimes she tends to have complex sentences, but most of the time in her style of writing she doesn't need them because she's very clear and direct in her writing.
Ehrenreich uses simple and casual syntax for the majority of the book in order to keep readers engaged and understanding what is happening in the book. She uses some complex sentences in order to make a comment or expand on a situation. She writes very bluntly and honestly and her syntax style reflects that- short and straight to the point.
Ehrenreich uses a simple and declarative sentences to appeal to the common person and allow the reader to relate to the author.
Mrs. Theaker's students will be discussing Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed here.