Reviewing Basic Grammar: A Guide to Writing Sentences and Paragraphs

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Longman, 2000 - English language - 373 pages
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This book provides an effective and thorough review of basic grammatical concepts. It includes many exercises that allow readers to practice what they have learned. Chapters end with "Writing Paragraph" sections that illustrate grammar in the context of writing. The book includes a review of the basic parts of speech, such as making the subject and verb agree. The book also explores common errors in verb and pronoun usage; compound and complex sentences; sentence fragments, run-on sentences and comma splices; and punctuation capitalization. For writers and people interested in improving their writing.

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Contents

Computers Grammar and Paragraphs
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A Review
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Finding the Subject and the Verb in the Sentence
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Copyright

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