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This will help you to understand the idea of writing sequences with that use a hook, transition and thesis statement.

What does "sequences" mean here?

Are "with" a preposition and "that use a hook..." a relative clause?

what is the grammatical function of "that clause" here?

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JigneshbharatiThis will help you to understand the idea of writing sequences with that use a hook, transition and thesis statement.

I don't think "with" should be here. ("with" is a preposition, however.)

I don't know why they used "sequences". It seems to mean just "passages", that is, "sentences".

Jigneshbharati"that use a hook..." a relative clause?

Yes.

Jigneshbharatiwhat is the grammatical function of "that clause" here?

The function of the that-clause is 'modifier'. All relative clauses are modifiers.

CJ

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JigneshbharatiThis will help you to understand the idea of writing sequences with that use a hook, transition and thesis statement.

This sentence is faulty. Did you transcribe it correctly?

CJ

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That's a misprint.

I think they intended to write just "sequences" and they mistakenly wrote "sequences with". "with" should be removed.

CJ

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Thanks a lot, CJ!