GED Basics: Language Arts, Writing: Chapter 3 of 6
Peterson's GED Basics: Language Arts, Writing offers test-taking tips, subject review, exercises, and practice test questions to help a reader score high on Parts I and II of the GED Language Arts, Writing Test. Readers will benefit from the thorough review of various subjects including writing a complete sentence, subject-Verb agreement, sentence fragments, run-on sentences, word choice, sentence structure, grammar review, punctuation review, and writing the essay. The Test Yourself sections will help you see if you are prepared to take this test of the GED or if additional review is needed. In addition, "Answering Your Questions about the GED" offers answers to commonly asked questions about the GED-where to take the test, what's on the test, how the test is scored, when results are sent, if one can take the GED more than once-and more.
GED Basics: Language Arts, Writing is a chapter of GED Basics, which offers test-taking tips, subject review, and practice test questions for each GED Test-Language Arts, Reading; Language Arts, Writing (Parts I and II); Social Studies; Science; and Math (Parts I and II).
THE LANGUAGE ARTS WRITING TEST PART IIWRITING AN ESSAY
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