Inside Writing: A Writer's Workbook, Form A
Cengage Learning, Mar 14, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 448 pages
The first text to effectively integrate grammar instruction with writing practice, Inside Writing, now in its sixth edition, continues to provide students with extensive writing exercises specifically designed to support and reinforce the rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics. Using engaging allusions and humorous examples and exercises throughout the text, ranging in topics from Karl Marx to The Simpsons, INSIDE WRITING encourages students to look beyond the simple mechanics of writing as they learn to communicate their thoughts clearly and effectively.
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Naming the Parts
Understanding Sentence Patterns
Improving Sentence Patterns
Lining Up the Parts of a Sentence
Using Punctuation and Capitalization
Choosing the Right Words and Spelling Them Correctly
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