Laurie G. Kirszner
(University of the Sciences (Emeritus))
Stephen R. Mandell
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LearningCurve ActivitiesActive and Passive VoiceApostrophesCoordination and Subordination CapitalizationCommasFragmentsMultilingual—Articles and Types of NounsMultilingual—PrepositionsMultilingual—Sentence StructureMultilingual—VerbsParallelismParts of Speech—Nouns and PronounsParts of Speech—Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs Parts of Speech --Prepositions and ConjunctionsRun-OnsShiftsSubject-Verb AgreementTopic Sentences and Supporting DetailsTopics and Main IdeasPatterns of OrganizationVerb TensesVocabularyWord Choice and Appropriate LanguageAdditional Grammar ExercisesChapter 14: Writing Simples SentencesIdentifying SubjectsRecognizing Singular and Plural SubjectsIdentifying PrepositionsIdentifying Action VerbsIdentifying Linking VerbsIdentifying Helping VerbsChapter 15: Writing Compound SentencesUsing Coordinating ConjunctionsUsing SemicolonsUsing Transitional Words and PhrasesChapter 16: Writing Complex SentencesUsing Subordinating ConjunctionsPunctuating with Subordinating ConjunctionsUsing Relative PronounsChapter 17: Fine-Tuning Your SentencesUsing Concise LanguageAvoiding ClichesChapter 18: Using ParallelismRecognizing Parallel StructureUsing Parallel StructureChapter 19: Run-OnsRecognizing Run-OnsCorrecting Run-OnsChapter 20: FragmentsRecognizing FragmentsIncomplete Verb-FragmentsChapter 21: Subject-Verb AgreementUnderstanding Subject-Verb AgreementBe, Have, and DoCompound SubjectsPhrases between Subject and VerbIndefinite Pronoun SubjectsVerbs Before SubjectsChapter 22: Illogical ShiftsShifts in TenseShifts in PersonShifts in VoiceChapter 23: Dangling and Misplaced ModifiersIdentifying Dangling ModifiersIdentifying Misplaced ModifiersChapter 24: Verbs: Past TenseRegular VerbsIrregular VerbsProblem Verbs: BeProblem Verbs: Can/Could; Will/WouldChapter 25: Verbs: Past ParticiplesRegular Past ParticiplesIrregular Past ParticiplesThe Past and Present Perfect TenseThe Past and Past Perfect TensesUsing the Present Perfect and Past Perfect TensesPast Participles as AdjectivesChapter 26: NounsForming Plural NounsChapter 27: PronounsIdentifying Pronoun AntecedentsPronoun Antecedent AgreementPronoun Antecedent Agreement with Compound AntecedentsPronoun Antecedent Agreement with Indefinite PronounsPronoun CaseSpecial Problems with Pronoun Case: CompoundsSpecial Problems with Pronoun Case: ComparisonsSpecial Problems with Pronoun Case: Who or WhomReflexive and Intensive PronounsChapter 28: Adjectives and AdverbsIdentifying Adjectives and AdverbsGood and WellComparatives and SuperlativesThe Comparative and Superlative of Good/Well and Bad/BadlyDemonstrative AdjectivesChapter 29: Grammar and Usage Issues for ESL StudentsSpecial Problems with SubjectsCount and Noncount NounsDeterminers with Count and Noncount NounsArticlesStative VerbsGerundsPrepositions in Phrasal VerbsChapter 30: Using CommasCommas in a SeriesCommas with Introductory ElementsCommas with Transitional ElementsCommas with AppositivesCommas with Nonrestrictive ClausesCommas in Compound and Complex SentencesCommas in Dates and AddressesChapter 31: Using ApostrophesApostrophes in ContractionsIncorrect Use of ApostrophesChapter 32: Using Other Punctuation MarksSemicolons, Colons, Dashes, and ParenthesesChapter 33: Understanding MechanicsCapitalizing Proper NounsPunctuating QuotationsSetting Off TitlesChapter 34: Understanding Spellingie and eiChapter 35: Learning Commonly Confused WordsLearning Commonly Confused Words
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