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Understanding Sentence Grammar
Using Subordinate Clauses and Connectives
Understanding Verbals and Verbal Phrases
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abbreviations adjective clause adjectives and adverbs adverb clause antecedent apostrophe appear appositive argumentation audience avoid awkward beginning BRIEF SENTENCE WORD colon color comma splice complement compound-complex conjunctive adverb coordinating conjunction dangling modifier dictionary direct object draft effective ellipsis marks Emma Lathen enjoy errors Example exclamation expression gerund HINT hyphenated ideas Incorrect independent clauses indicate infinitive linking verb main clause main sentence elements material MEANING BRIEF SENTENCE misplaced modifiers NAME SCORE noun clause noun equivalent paper paragraph passage passive past participle past tense person plural Possessive form prepositional phrase problems pronoun punctuation marks quotation marks refer REVIEW EXERCISE Revised Rewrite each sentence run-on sentence Select semicolon sentence containing sentence elements Sentence Grammar SENTENCE WORD MEANING singular space Specific topic spelling split infinitive subordinate clause talked thesis statement Title topic sentence Type of development usually verbal phrase WORD MEANING BRIEF writing