Chronology

Chronological order

When the order in which things happen, or a time sequence, is used to develop a paragraph, this is called chronological order. Like process, this is a special form of enumeration, since it is really a list of events. Enumerators are rarely used in chronological order. We might occasionally write “the next thing” or “the next event,” but the reader does not usually need this kind of signal to understand what is being talked about. 

Time clues

Time clues of all kinds are, of course, very often used in chronology. Once again, however, as with listing signals, the forms of the verbs are not generally present forms, as they were in process, but rather past forms. In addition, prepositional phrases of time often appear:

In 1956
In January, February, etc.
In the afternoon, the morning, the evening
At 9:00
At noon, midnight, night
On Monday, Tuesday, etc.
On July6
On July 6,1955

A model paragraph

     Although the U.S. Air Force was not officially created until after the Second World War, it had existed under other names since the beginning of the century. The Army Air Forces were started on August 1, 1907, as a part of the Aeronautical Division of the U.S. Signal Corps, and it was more than one year later that this small division carried out its first mission in its own airplane. When the United States entered World War I in 1917, the Aviation Service, as it was then called, had only thirty-five pilots. On December 7, 1941, the renamed Army Air Forces had only three thousand of their ten thousand planes ready for combat. Finally, in 1947, the U. S. Air Force was established as a separate branch of the military.

A model paragraph

     I had several frightening experiences on my first night in Tokyo. The first scary thing happened when I walked into the airport. Even though I have traveled extensively before, I have always been able to read the signs. This time was different. When I looked around the airport, I realized that I couldn’t even tell where to go because I could not understand any of the signs. When I finally got through customs, I took a huge bus to the downtown airport. On the way I saw many soldiers carrying rifles and it made me nervous. When the bus finally arrived at the downtown airport I had to look for a taxi. Because it was now very late, there were only a few around. Finally I found one and gave the driver written directions to the convent where I would be staying. The driver looked angry and I became uneasy again. An hour later we arrived at the convent. The driver took my bags to the door and knocked loudly, but no one answered. He said something to me in Japanese which, of course, I didn’t understand. Then he pointed to a telephone nearby and to my purse. I opened it and gave him some money. I waited nervously while he made a call. A few moments later he took me back to the door of the convent where Sister Suzanne was now waiting. Her friendly face made me forget the bad experiences I had had that night.

Unscramble this chronological paragraph

a. First, I had to go to the post office.
b. Half of the letters were addressed to American business
concerns.
c. I got up at 6:30 A.M.
d. When I left the train station, I took my boss’s car to the garage
for repairs.
e. When I arrived at the office, my boss had several things for me
to do.
f. I left the house at 7:45.
g. The other half were addressed to foreign companies.
h. After typing the letters, I had to run several errands.
i. Yesterday morning was quite hectic for me.
j. Then I had to pick up a train ticket for my boss’s wife.
k. He asked me to type twenty letters for him.
l. By 1:00 P.M., I was exhausted, so I decided to have a long,
leisurely lunch.

Exercises

a. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield.
b. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.
c. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
d. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842.
e. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice.
f. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president.
g. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena.
h. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l.
i. During this same period he added the study of law to hi s legislative  duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
j. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years.
k. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president

L. In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.

  1. Order the sentences to make a complete paragraph.
  2. What kind of paragraph is it?
  3. What are the signals?
  4. What is the topic sentence?
  5. How many supports do you have?
  6. Does it have a conclusion?
  7. What are the key words in the topic sentence?
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Elnaz Mozafari

1_  In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.  Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l.  Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
  In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2_Enumeration
3_in 1831… from 1834 to 1842… in 1836… 1846… 1854.. in 1860
First_ After_ However_ When_ Although
4_ In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics
5_ three supports
6_ yes it does
7_ First

Fatemeh shafei

1: In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2:Enumeration
3:in 1831… from 1834 to 1842… in 1836… 1846… 1854.. in 1860
First_ After_ However_ When_ Although
4: In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics
5: three support
6: yes it does
7: First

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Maryam hassanzadeh

1_ In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.

In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2_Enumeration

3_in 1831… from 1834 to 1842… in 1836… 1846… 1854.. in 1860

First_ After_ However_ When_ Although

4_ In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics

5_ three supports

6_ yes it does

7_ First

mohadese nasri

1: In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834() to( 1842(. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the) United States.(
)(2:Enumeration)
3:in 1831(… from 1834 to)(1842(… in 1836…( 1846) … 1854.. in (1860)
(First_ (After_ (However_) When_)(Although)
(4: (In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics..
(5: (three support.
6:( yes it does.
7(: First.

Maryam Abravan

1: In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834() to( 1842(. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the) United States.)
2:Enumeration
3:in 1831(… from 1834 to)(1842(… in 1836…( 1846) … 1854.. in (1860)
(First_ (After_ (However_) When_)(Although)
(4: (In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics..
5: three support.
6: yes it does.
7: First.

Atena sadat mousavi kahani

1.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations(storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practies. After having served only this one termin the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practies law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 1831. Lincoln’searly political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However , he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two_year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846 , he was elected to the United StatesHouse of Representatives for two years. Indeed he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political area. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U.S. Congress, be finally managed , in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2.Chronological order
3.In 1831 , from 1834 to 1842, in 1836 , in 1846 , in 1854 , in 1860 .
4.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.
5.three
6.yes it does
7.Illinois

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exercise 1 : In his early twenties he moved to Illinois… It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l . Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.

In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2.Enumeration

3.In 1831 , from 1834 to 1842 , in 1836 , 1846 , 1854 , in 1860
First / After / However / When /
Although

4. In his early twenties he moved to Illinois, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.

5.Three supports

6.Yes it does

7.Frist

motaharejalaezadeh

1_ In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2. enumration
3. in 1831… from 1834 to 1842… in 1836… 1846… 1854.. in 1860
4.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.
5.three supports
6. yes it does.
7. In his early twenties

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Vida mohadesi abdol abadi
1)
L)In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. b)It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. e) Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice.a) After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. h)He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. f) Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. d) However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. i) During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.j)
In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years.g) Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena.k) Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. C) He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2)
Enumeration
3)
in 1831/from 1834 to 1846/in 1836/ 1846/ 1854 in 1860.
First,After,However,When, Although.
4)
In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.
5)
three supports
6)
yes it does.
7)
First

atefe ghasemi

Atefe ghasemi
1.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834() to( 1842(. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the) United States.)
2.Enumeration
3.in 1831(… from 1834 to)(1842(… in 1836…( 1846) … 1854.. in (1860)
(First_ (After_ (However_) When_)(Although)
4.In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics..
5. three support.
6.yes it does.
7.First

shoeib turani

1/ In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.  Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
  In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2/Enumeration
3/in 1831… from 1834 to 1842… in 1836… 1846… 1854.. in 1860
First_ After_ However_ When_ Although
4_/In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations
5/three supports
6/yes it does
7/First

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☆Sina Shorafa Esfahani☆

1#
In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations(storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practies. After having served only this one termin the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practies law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 1831. Lincoln’searly political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However , he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two_year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846 , he was elected to the United StatesHouse of Representatives for two years. Indeed he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political area. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U.S. Congress, be finally managed , in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2#
Chronological order
3#
In 1831 , from 1834 to 1842, in 1836 , in 1846 , in 1854 , in 1860 .
4#
In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.
5#
three
6#
yes it does
7#
Illinois

mahdiyeh abolhassani

1-In this early twenties he moved to lllionis. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, lllinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 1831. Lincoln s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four tow-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the lllinois bar in 1836. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U.S. Congress, be finally managed , in1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2-Enumeration
3-In 1831…from 1834 to 1842…in 1836…1846… in 1860
First-After-However-When-Although
4-In his early twenties he moved to illinios, it was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics
5-three support
6-yes it does
7-First

Saeed Karimian

1.Order the sentences to make a complete paragraph.
Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. In his early twenties, he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period, he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although he was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, he finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States. 

2.What kind of paragraph is it?
chronology 

3.What are the signals?
In his early twenties/ first / in 183l / from 1834 to 1842 / finally / In 1846 / After / in 1854 / in 1860

4.What is the topic sentence?
Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. Seven

5.How many supports do you have?
Seven

6.Does it have a conclusion?
yes, it does.
He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States. 

7.What are the keywords in the topic sentence?
early

آخرین ویرایش 3 سال قبل توسط Saeed Karimian
Tahere mohaddes

In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations. he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

Tahere mohaddes

2.chronology
3.In 1831 , from 1834 to 1842 , in 1836 , 1846 , 1854 , in 1860
First / After / However / When /
Although

4. In his early twenties he moved to Illinois

5.four supports

6.no,it doesn’t

7.occupation

Zahra Sahrayi

L. In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. B. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (store keeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. E. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, lllinois, to set up his own legal practice. A. After having served only this one term in the U. S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. H. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 1831. F. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. D. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, form 1834 to 1842. I. During this same period he added the study of law to hi slegislative duties, finally being admitted to the lllinois bar in 1836. J. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. G. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. K. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860,to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. C. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
Chronology
In 1831,from 1834 to 1842,in 1836,1846,1854,in 1860
First,after,however when, although
In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.
3
Yes
First

Mohadese Rasouli

In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice.After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield.He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l.Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president.However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842.During this same period he added the study of law to hi s legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years.Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena.Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president.He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2. Enumeration.
3.first, after, however, when, althouth
In1831, from1834 to 1842, in 1386.
4.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.
5.three supports
6.yes.
7.first.

Nooshin Khoddam ahmadi

1.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2.Enumeration
3.In 1831 , from 1834 to 1842, in 1836 , in 1846 , in 1854 , in 1860 .
4.In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics
5.three support
6.yes it does
7.first

mohammad hossein Tavakoli Nasab

1-   In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practices. After having served only this one terming the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practices law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 1831. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846 , he was elected to the United Statehouse of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political area. Although he was defeated twice for election to the U.S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2-    Chronological order
3-   In 1831 , from 1834 to 1842, in 1836 , in 1846 , in 1854 , in 1860 .
4-   In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.
5-   Three
6-   Yes, it does
7-   Illinois

Shamim movahhed

1.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l . Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2. coronological order
3.First,After,However, When, Although
4.In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.
5. 3 supports
6.no it doesn’t
7. I don’t know what do you mean by keyword . But I think the times are the keywords such as in1831 , from 1834 to 1842, in 1836, 1846 ,1854, 1860

Fatemeh Mojaver

In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics.Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice.After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield.He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 1831.Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president.However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to hi s legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836. In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2- Chronological Order
3- In his early twenties, first, after, in 1831, from 1834 to 1842, during, in 1836, in 1846, in 1854, in 1860,
4- the first sentence: In his early twenties he moved to Illinois.
5- three supports
6- yes, it does
7- early

zahra delghavi

 In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.
2_Enumeration
3_in 1831… from 1834 to 1842… in 1836… 1846… 1854.. in 1860
First_ After_ However_ When_ Although
4_ In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics
5_ three supports
6_ yes it does
7_ First

Marzie Ebadinia

1_ In his early twenties he moved to Illinois. It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics. Shortly after passing the bar exam, he moved to Springfield, Illinois, to set up his own legal practice. After having served only this one term in the U.S. Congress, he was defeated for reelection and returned to practice law in Springfield. He was not successful the first time he ran for office in 183l. Lincoln’s early political career did not foreshadow the success he was to have as president. However, he was successful in his subsequent attempts, and served four two-year terms in the state legislature, from 1834 to 1842. During this same period he added the study of law to his legislative duties, finally being admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836.
In 1846, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives for two years. Indeed, he had almost entirely lost any hope of holding political office when, in 1854, the slavery question once again forced him into the political arena. Although be was defeated twice for election to the U. S. Congress, be finally managed, in 1860, to be nominated by the Republican Party as its candidate for president. He won the election. Thus becoming the sixteenth president of the United States.

2_Enumeration
3_in 1831… from 1834 to 1842… in 1836… 1846… 1854.. in 1860
First_ After_ However_ When_ Although
4_ In his early twenties he moved to illinios, It was there that, having first tried his hand at a variety of occupations (storekeeper, postmaster, surveyor), he first became interested in politics
5_ three supports
6_ yes it does
7_ First

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