Synthesis of Sentences
Synthesis of Sentences is the opposite of transformation of sentences and a combination of a number of simple sentences into one new sentence. That new sentence might be either simple sentence or a compound sentence or a complex sentence.
The following are the chief ways of combining two or more Simple Sentences into one Simple Sentence.
1. By using a Participle:
• He is well versed in Spanish. He was appointed as the Spanish teacher in the school.
• For his knowledge of Spanish, he was appointed as Spanish teacher in the school.
2. By using a noun or a phrase in apposition:
• I spent two days in London. It is one of the most attractive places in England.
• I spent two days in London, one of the most attractive places in England.
3. By using a preposition with noun or gerund:
• The moon rose. Their journey was not ended.
• Before their journey was ended, the moon rose.
4. By using, Nominative Absolute Construction:
• The soldiers arrived. The mob dispersed.
• The soldiers having arrived, the mob dispersed.
5. By using an infinitive:
• I have some duties. I must perform them.
• I have some duties to perform.
6. By using an adverb or an Adverbial Phrase:
• The sun set. The boys had not finished the game.
• The boys had not finished the game by sunset.