Ok. It’s COHERENCE I struggle with generating with confidence. But cohesion I’m fine with. COHESION WITHOUT COHERENCE https://www.vcestudyguides.com/blog/coherence-and-cohesion “I bought some hummus to eat with celery. Green vegetables can boost your metabolism. The Australian Greens is a political party. I couldn’t decide what to wear to the new year’s party.” In the example above, there are lexical links from one sentence to the next; cohesive ties are used to join the sentences. There is evidence of lexical repetition, ‘green’ ‘party’ and collocations, ‘new years’. However, this string of sentences do not make any sense; there is no binding semantic link. This is an example of cohesion without coherence.

Ok. It’s COHERENCE I struggle with generating with confidence. But cohesion I’m fine with. COHESION WITHOUT COHERENCE https://www.vcestudyguides.com/blog/coherence-and-cohesion “I bought some hummus to eat with celery. Green vegetables can boost your metabolism. The Australian Greens is a political party. I couldn’t decide what to wear to the new year’s party.” In the example above, there are lexical links from one sentence to the next; cohesive ties are used to join the sentences. There is evidence of lexical repetition, ‘green’ ‘party’ and collocations, ‘new years’. However, this string of sentences do not make any sense; there is no binding semantic link. This is an example of cohesion without coherence.

 

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