Grammar Crammer: How to Write Perfect Sentences

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, Oct 27, 2003 - Reference - 136 pages
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The Grammar Crammer is a concise, sensible grammar handbook that explains lucidly how to remember correct word forms and sentence structures. Useful as a reference tool for high school and beyond, it packs an entire grammar encyclopedia into just over a hundred pages.

 

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Contents

Nouns
5
Pronouns
17
Verbs
31
Modifiers
54
Sentences
69
Conjunctions and Prepositions
81
Punctuation
94
Answers to Checkup Quizzes
101
Index
116
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Judi Kesselman-Turkel and Franklynn Peterson write and publish the newsletter CPA Computer Report. They have written hundreds of articles and more than twenty books including "The Author’ s Handbook," "Good Writing," and "The Magazine Writer’ s Handbook," They live in Madison, Wisconsin.

Franklynn Peterson has written more than 20 self-help books.

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