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3. EMPHASIS: Subordination, p. 3
The Rat Pack, a group of entertainers in the 1950s, was extremely popular for their work
in music and movies. Although Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Dean Martin were the
originators of the group, Sinatra was the most famous of the group. He had been in the limelight
for years before the group started. Sinatra added Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford to complete the
Members of the Rat Pack supported each other. When one member of the group would
perform, the rest of the pack showed up for improvised performances. Because many of the
audience members had not been to these kinds of performances, they were excited to see the
shows. Often times, people lined up for hours before the performances because they just wanted
to catch a glimpse of the entertainers. Sinatra had not expected this kind of response from the
audiences. The Rat Pack did not just perform live shows. The Rat Pack also performed in movies
together, starring in movies such as Ocean’s Eleven and Robin and the Seven Hoods. Sinatra did
not think that this group was going to be as popular as it was, especially in movies.
The Rat Pack was a huge phenomenon in entertainment. Even though Frank Sinatra was
the most popular member of the group, all of the members became superstars in their own right.
Their role in the world of entertainment seemed to be forever cemented in history.
4. EMPHASIS: Effective subordination, p. 4
1. Although several programs are designed specifically to introduce youngsters to the game
of golf, the First Tee program is the most famous.
2. The First Tee program emphasizes nine core values that contribute to success in golf.
3. The First Tee values include integrity, respect, and confidence, which are also positive
values for other areas of life.
4. Because players must continue even when the game isn’t going well, perseverance is
another core value in The First Tee.
5. If young players learn to act with courtesy toward fellow competitors, this attitude may
carry over to other areas of life.
6. Because players must constantly make decisions about strategy, club selection, and other
elements of the game, judgment is a core value on the golf course.
7. Although golf has a reputation as a “country club” sport, the golf industry is striving to
make the sport accessible to people from different backgrounds.
8. The First Tee program is designed for young people ages 8 to 18, although some
locations offer programs for younger children.
9. All First Tee programs are taught at public facilities that have open times for participants
of all ages.
10. Because First Tee teaches life skills and character education, the program can have a
positive impact on its participants.
5. PARALLELISM: With and, but, or, nor, yet, p. 5
1. Using the Format menu, you can change the font, change line or paragraph spacing, and
2. It’s not safe for children to play in or around or stand on the recycling containers.
3. The new software will enable teachers to perform several tasks:
keep a running total of each student’s test scores
average each student’s test scores
factor in attendance as part of the final grade
calculate each student’s class standing throughout the semester
4. That tablet is not as intuitive as the one I was using.
5. To hike to the first campsite takes less than a day, but it takes longer to hike to the other
6. When elderly people fall and injure themselves, the fear of falling again can lead to
drastic changes in lifestyle and attitude, including a fear of leaving the house during bad
weather or engaging in simple physical activities such as walking.
7. Numerical weather prediction uses mathematical models to predict the weather and is
accurate up to about six days.
8. There are many examples of social media, including Twitter, Yelp, and some produced
9. Cows have four divisions in their stomach system; the rumen is a space where chewed
and half-chewed materials are stored and is the largest part of the system.
10. James Bond embodies the ideal playboy of the 1950s and 1960s: tough, sophisticated,
and irresistible to women.
6. PARALLELISM: With both . . . and, not . . . or, etc.; with lists, headings, and
outlines, p. 6
1. Internships are win-win situations for both students and employers.
2. The student both gains useful experience and makes valuable contacts.
3. Internships are an asset for employers because the young workers are both inexpensive
4. The interns might be students in either college or high school.
5. Oddly, the competition for internships is encountered both by intern and by employer.
6. Students line up for internship interviews both with small businesses and with large
7. Large corporations actively recruit college students who can bring to the company both
their eagerness to learn and their willingness to work.
8. Many small businesses also seek out interns because either they want to have qualified
college students work for them or they would like visibility with campus faculty and
9. In some cases, students need to decide on an internship either in this country or in
Europe, Asia, or another foreign country.