Sentence essentials: a grammar guide

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Houghton Mifflin, Jan 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 383 pages
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In this worktext, Wong ensures that students focus on their grammar and sentence-writing skills by offering clear, step-by-step instruction reinforced through numerous examples and abundant exercises for individual, partner, or group practice. Each topic is clearly defined without overwhelming details, sophisticated rules, or lengthy explanations.

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CHAPTER 1
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CHAPTER 2
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CHAPTER 3
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Linda Wong completed both her undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Oregon, earning a Master's Degree in Education in Curriculum and Instruction.

Following several years as an elementary education teacher, she created an educational consulting firm (S-T-E-P AHEAD, Inc.), offering adjunct graduate-level courses for teachers. For twenty years she taught study skills, spelling, grammar, writing, and reading courses in the Study Skills Department at Lane Community College.

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