English Grammar Demystified: A Self Teaching Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 11, 2009 - Reference - 432 pages
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Decode the mystery of English grammar to add polish to your papers, emails, business letters, and more

English Grammar Demystified teaches the fundamentals of the subject in an easy, step-by-step approach that allows you to learn at your own pace. With help from this book, you will understand the parts of speech, learn to use punctuation correctly, master verb tenses, spot and avoid common grammatical errors, and improve your overall sentence structures.

Throughout the book you can monitor your progress through self-tests, and a comprehensive final exam at the end of the book gives you instant feedback on new language skills.

 

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Contents

All About the English Sentence
1
All About Punctuation and Capitalization
87
Mastering Good Sentence Structure
151
Spelling and Word Usage Skills
227
Final Exam
271
Most Commonly Misspelled Words
295
The 50 Most Deadly Common Errors
303
Answer Key
311
Index
335
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Phyllis Dutwinis an adult educator with more than thirty years experience designing reading, writing, and ESL programs as well as in teaching children and adults in classroom and indidual settings. As an innovator in the development of materials geared specifically to adults' needs in improbving reading and language skills.

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