Laurie G. Kirszner
(University of the Sciences (Emeritus))
Stephen R. Mandell
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Active and Passive VoiceApostrophesCapitalizationCommasFragmentsMultilingual Writers: Articles and NounsMultilingual Writers: Sentence StructureMultilingual Writers: VerbsNouns and PronounsParallelismPrepositions and ConjunctionsPronoun Agreement and Pronoun ReferenceRun-OnsSubject-Verb AgreementVerbs, Adjectives, and AdverbsVerbsWord Choice and Appropriate LanguageAdditional Grammar ExercisesChapter 17 Writing Simple Sentences Identifying Subjects Identifying Prepositional Phrases Identifying VerbsChapter 18 Writing Compound Sentences Using Coordinating Conjunctions Using Semicolons Using Transitional Words and PhrasesChapter 19 Writing Complex Sentences Using Subordinating Conjunctions Using Relative PronounsChapter 20 Writing Varied Sentences Identifying Sentence Types Combining SentencesChapter 21 Using Parallelism Recognizing Parallel Structure Using Parallel StructureChapter 22 Using Words Effectively Using Specific Words Avoiding Clichés and Sexist Language Commonly Confused WordsChapter 23 Run-Ons Recognizing Run-Ons Correcting Run-OnsChapter 24 Fragments Correcting Fragments Recognizing FragmentsChapter 25 Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Indefinite Pronoun Subjects Verbs before SubjectsChapter 26 Illogical Shifts Illogical Shifts Shifts in Tense Shifts in Person and VoiceChapter 27 Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers Correcting Misplaced Modifiers Correcting Dangling ModifiersChapter 28 Verbs: Past Tense Regular Verbs Irregular Verbs Problem Verbs: Be Problem Verbs: Can/Could and Will/WouldChapter 29 Verbs: Past Participles Regular Past Participles Irregular Past Participles Present Perfect and Past Perfect TensesChapter 30 Nouns and Pronouns Identifying Antecedents Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Indefinite Pronoun Antecedents Revising for Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Personal Pronouns Pronoun Case Pronoun Case: Who/Whom Reflexive PronounsChapter 31 Adjectives and Adverbs Good and Well Identifying Adjectives and Adverbs Comparatives and Superlatives Good/ Well and Bad/BadlyChapter 32 Grammar and Usage for ESL Writers Special Problems with Subjects Count and Noncount Nouns Determiners with Count and Noncount Nouns Articles Negative Statements Questions Stative Verbs Choosing PrepositionsChapter 33 Using Commas Correct Comma Use Types of Comma Use Commas in a Series Commas with Introductory Phrases Commas with Transitional Words and Phrases Commas with Appositives Commas with Nonrestrictive Clauses Commas in Dates and AddressesChapter 34 Using Apostrophes Apostrophes in Contractions and PossessivesChapter 35 Understanding Mechanics Capitalizing Proper Nouns Punctuating Direct Quotations Setting Off Titles Minor Punctuation Markse-readingsProcess: Amy Ma, “My Grandmother’s Dumpling”Classification: Carolyn Foster Segal, “The Dog Ate My Flashdrive, and Other Tales of Woe”Definition: Judy Brady, “I Want a Wife”Argument: Bob Herbert, “Tweet Less, Kiss More”
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