Inside Writing, Form A

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Wadsworth, 1999 - English language - 414 pages
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This basic writing text constantly reinforces the link between good grammar and good writing. A combination textbook and workbook, it integrates grammar instruction and sentence/paragraph writing in each chapter. Grammar is presented in easy-to-understand, compact sections, with each chapter focusing on a grammatical principle. Each section includes extensive practices (with answers) and exercises (without answers) so students can immediately apply each principle. To reinforce the link to writing, each chapter contains instruction and exercises in sentence combining and a writing section that focuses on and reinforces the grammatical material in that chapter.

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Contents

Chapter One Naming the Parts
1
Section Two Modifiers
25
Section Three Connectors
34
Copyright

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William Salomone has a BA in English from Arizona State University and an MA in English from San Diego State U. From June, 1970 to June, 2005 he taught as an associate professor of English composition and literature at Palomar Community College at San Marcos, California, twice serving as chair of the English Department, several years on the Faculty Senate and one term as President of the Faculty. Along with Stephen McDonald, he published three English textbooks, beginning in 1986: INSIDE ENGLISH: A WRITER'S WORKBOOK, THE WRITER'S RESPONSE, and IN BRIEF, which is a handbook for developing writers.

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