English Foundations

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Lulu.com, 2008 - Education - 172 pages
This book is for anyone who is enrolled in a G.E.D., intermediate or advanced ESL, home school, remedial, or developmental program as well as for anyone who has ever had trouble mastering English grammar. If you were left behind somewhere along the way toward mastering the basics of our language, this book is for you! This book is entirely self-paced and self-grading. You can take as much or as little time as you need to understand and master the rules. You are the boss! You can grade yourself as you go along by simply dividing the number you got right on an exercise by the Possible Score. This will give you Your Score. Correct answers are found after the review section of each Foundation. If you find that your score isn't as good as you would like for an exercise, go back and review the rules and see what you didn't understand. Then try the next exercise. Continue this until you are satisfied with yourself. Then try the Application.
 

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Contents

PRONOUNS
28
ADJECTIVES
44
VERBS
57
SUBJECTVERB AGREEMENT
66
VERB TENSE
73
SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD
88
OBJECTS
102
SUBJECT COMPLEMENTS
109
PREPOSITIONS
119
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___ ANSWERS ____ APPLICATION ____ EXERCISE 1.______________________________________________________________________ 2.______________________________________________________________________ 3.______________________________________________________________________ 2.______________________________________________________________________ 3.______________________________________________________________________ 4.______________________________________________________________________ 3.______________________________________________________________________ 4.______________________________________________________________________ 5.______________________________________________________________________ 4.______________________________________________________________________ 5.______________________________________________________________________ 6.______________________________________________________________________ 4.______________________________________________________________________ 5.______________________________________________________________________ REVIEW 5.______________________________________________________________________ 6.______________________________________________________________________ 7.______________________________________________________________________ 6.______________________________________________________________________ 7.______________________________________________________________________ 8.______________________________________________________________________ 7.______________________________________________________________________ 8.______________________________________________________________________ 9.______________________________________________________________________ 8.______________________________________________________________________ 9.______________________________________________________________________ 10._____________________________________________________________________ adjectives ANSWERS TO FOUNDATION antecedent Babylonian Capitalize the names comma goes complete verb Compound noun direct object ENGLISH FOUNDATIONS FOUNDATION Example Exercise 1 Exercise finished following sentences FOUNDATION XV future perfect gender gerund incorrect answer indefinite pronouns John mountains noun or nouns noun or pronoun object or objects participle past perfect PERFECT TENSE perfect verb person poems Possible Score preposition present perfect pronoun or pronouns proper noun proper place relative pronoun REVIEW Exercise REVIEW OF FOUNDATION Score ____ simple subject simple verb subject complement Subtract one point Sumarian tomorrow Underline the adverb Underline the Compound Underline the past Underline the simple Underline the subject verb or verbs Write 5 sentences

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