E-mail writing.

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I now see when I wrote e-mail style I didn't edit I just babbled. I had a subject and then I just babbled the rest. I became bewildered when I took a course in writing in English at seventy two. I would write what I thought was a legitiment sentence and then the editor would change part or all of the sentence to it's correction. I am a fanatic about each sentence having a subject and a predict, but words have different meanings per word within a sentence. How does some words add this or that within the sentence to the readers understanding?

I am asking questions about how to use words correctly within a sentence and not stray away from the original subject. Like the cat sat on the mat, cat is the subject and mat is the predicate, every word in this sentence is orderly, but how do I keep it orderly? writer one
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