Barron's GED Writing Workbook
Expressing oneself clearly and grammatically in writing is an essential requirement for test takers' success on the GED High School Equivalency Exam. This workbook gives them the preparation they need, presenting a progressive series of exercises with all questions answered. The exercises begin by testing students on grammar fundamentals, sentence structure, and paragraph construction. Chapters that follow present exercises in planning an essay and organizing one's thoughts, writing a first draft, revising and polishing it, and evaluating the finished work. The author presents clear, easy-to-understand standards for essay evaluation so that students can assess their learning progress.
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Parts of Speech
JJJ Verb Usage
Planning the Essay
Revising the Essay
Evaluating the Essay
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