Grammar Smart Junior : Good Grammar Made Easy(2/E)

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The Princeton Review, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 191 pages
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A PARENTS’ CHOICE AWARD—WINNING SERIES

Take a fun-filled trip through TV-land with your grammar-teaching buddies, Bridget, Babette, Barnaby, Sondra, Taylor, and their feline friend Beauregard. You'll be amazed as all of those troublesome elements of grammar–parts of speech, parts of a sentence, agreement, modifiers–are explained, as you hang out with the cast of Friends in Central Perk, travel to Springfield to visit The Simpsons, and conjure up the ghost of television shows past to see what The Brady Bunch is up to.

You’ll be able to learn quickly and have fun at the same time. Your teachers will be impressed. Your parents will be impressed. Your friends will be impressed. The whole WORLD will be impressed. You’ll finally know your grammar backwards and forwards, and you’ll never have to worry about it again.
 

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Contents

The Names of Things
1
The Sentence
27
Simple Compound and Complex Sentences 40 Chapter 3 More About Nouns
47
More About Verbs
75
More About Adjectives Adverbs
95
Punctuation
115
The Princeton Review List
129
Cool Books for Cool Readers
145
Answers
157
Aboutthe Author
191
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