Developing Communication Skills

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Christian Liberty Press, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 155 pages
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Advanced principles of grammar and creative writing are emphasized in this workbook, along with spelling rules. Students learn how to make a subject and verb agree, how to handle transitive and intransitive verbs, and how to identify subordinating conjunctions and adverb clauses. Creative writing activities include writing paragraphs, expository writing drills, and preparing a research paper. Grade 11.
 

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Contents

Paragraphs
1
Narrative Paragraph
2
Spelling
3
Classification of Nouns
4
Compound and Concrete Nouns
5
Abstract and Collective Nouns
6
Subjects Connected with and
8
Spelling
11
Acronyms
64
Practice with Abbreviations
67
Writing Numbers
70
Writing Numbers
71
Writing Numbers
73
Practice with Writing Numbers
75
Practice with Writing Abbreviations
76
Practice with Writing Numbers and Abbreviations
77

Vocabulary
12
SubjectVerb Agreement
14
SubjectVerb Agreement in Adjective Clauses
16
Argumentative Paragraph
21
Review of Noun Classification
24
Review of Noun Classification
25
Practice with SubjectVerb Agreement
26
Practice with SubjectVerb Agreement
27
Practice with SubjectVerb Agreement
28
Spelling
29
Vocabulary
30
Descriptive Paragraph
31
Transitive and intransitive verbs
32
Practice with Sentence Designs Voice and Transitive Intransitive Verbs
34
Research Paper
36
Spelling
41
Vocabulary
42
Compound Sentences
43
Practice with Correlative Conjunctions
44
Conjunctive Adverbs
46
Practice with Conjunctive Adverbs
47
Subordinating Conjunctions
48
Practice with Subordinating Conjunctions
50
Variations with Adverb Clauses
51
Elliptical Clauses
52
Practice with Clauses
54
Spelling
55
Spelling and Vocabulary
56
Adjective Clauses
57
Variety in Adjective Clauses
59
Abbreviations
60
Word Meanings and Figurative Language
79
Spelling
82
Vocabulary
83
Appositives
85
Practice with Appositives
87
Noun Clauses
88
Practice with Noun Clauses
89
Research Paper
90
Spelling
91
Verbs
92
Tense and Tone of Verbs
93
Voice of Verbs
96
Mood of Verbs
98
Mood of Verbs
100
Paragraphs
101
Spelling
102
Spelling and Vocabulary
103
Argumentative Paragraph
104
Voice of Verbs
105
Mood of Verbs
106
SubjectVerb Agreement
108
Narrative Paragraph
109
Elliptical Clauses
110
Errors with Abbreviations
111
General Errors
112
Descriptive Paragraph
113
Appendix
115
Glossary
117
Index
125
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