English Fundamentals, Form A
Longman Publishing Group, Jul 1, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 430 pages
This book offers comprehensive grammar instruction with ample opportunities for practice. The first lessons introduce students to the basic system of the language and provide carefully chosen examples of verb connections, basic sentence patterns, and the internal workings of the sentence. Once the foundation is laid, subsequent lessons explore the more complex structures and relationships of the language. The final instructional section surveys college writing; students study the writing process, with special emphasis on techniques of invention, and then learn to apply the process to a wide range of writing assignments typical of college courses. The section closes with coverage of essay tests and test-taking. For anyone interested in improving their knowledge of English grammar.
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6 Alterations of Basic Sentence
Basc Sentence Patterns 1 Exercise 6 Alterations of Basic
Verbs Adjectives Adverbs Clauses and Phrases
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absolute phrase adjective clause adverb clause antecedent apostrophe appositive arrived asked auxiliary better boys brother called capital coach colloquial comma commercial driver's license compound sentence coordinating conjunction copy correct dangling modifier Dick Hart direct object early earned enjoys Faulty fragment friends gerund phrase girl identify independent clauses infinitive phrase italicized learned Lesson ln the space looked lunch main clause meaning modify movie NAME SCORE Directions nonrestrictive noun clause object of preposition paper paragraph participial phrase past tense Pattern personal pronouns plural Practice Sheet preceding prepositional phrase problem punctuation question quotation marks rain reference relative pronoun remember renames semicolon serious writing someone spelling studied subject-verb subjective complement subordinate clause SUPPLEMENT sure third-person singular tickets told town transitive verb unit usage usually verb walked whoever yesterday