2.2 Linking sentences
Familiar information can be used to introduce new information within paragraphs too. For example, the information introduced at the end of the first sentence below (carers’ behaviour) is treated as familiar information at the beginning of the second sentence, which focuses on a specific type of carers’ behaviour: carers’ sensitivity to their clients.
It would seem that those who receive care at home should be in a stronger position to maintain their autonomy, but even here carers must be aware that their behaviour can change this situation considerably. Carers’ sensitivity to their clients’ private space and needs can therefore make an enormous difference.
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