Webster's New World Pocket Style Guide
John A. Haslem
Wiley, Mar 12, 1998 - Reference - 352 pages
The Webster's New World Pocket Style Guide is the portable key to effective writing. Its handy size and durable vinyl cover allow it to travel equally well in a backpack or briefcase. Complete and concise rules of grammar, punctuation and usage are written for easy understanding and are clearly illustrated with hundreds of examples. Ideal for students and communications professionals on the go, the Pocket Style Guide is the perfect complement to the Pocket Dictionary and Pocket Thesaurus.
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Types of Sentences
Parts of a Sentence
Nouns and Pronouns
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abbreviations acceptable action adjective Administration adverb agree American anno antecedent apostrophe Avoid baccalaureus bachelor Capitalize colloquial colon comma complete compound words connectives Consider solid coordinate conjunction correct cubic Dangling David Roe degree direct object doctor expression Federal finished followed foot form the possessive formal writing gerund going grammatically group of words hyphen imperative mood indefinite pronouns independent clauses indicate infinitive John join letter meaning meeting National NOTE noun clause noun or pronoun omitted past participle Past Tense period personal pronoun persons or things phrase or clause pound-force preceding predicate nominative prefix prepositional phrase Present Perfect Tense Present Tense problem quotation marks refer reflexive pronoun relative pronoun Roman numerals semicolon sentence elements Service sine singular or plural singular verb Socius space speech spelled square subjunctive tion tive to—means U.S. Supreme Court unacceptable usage verbal walking with—means word or group