ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR DUMMIES

(Original Copy)

Writer : Geraldine Woods

Published Year : 2010


ISBN: 978-0-470-54664-2

Size : 3 MB (RAR file)

Part : 6  Chapter : 26
Part I: Getting Down to Basics: The Parts of the Sentence

Chapter 1: I Already Know How to Talk. Why Should I Study Grammar?
Chapter 2: Verbs: The Heart of the Sentence
Chapter 3: Relax! Understanding Verb Tense
Chapter 4: Who’s Doing What? How to Find the Subject
Chapter 5: Having It All: The Complete Sentence
Chapter 6: Handling Complements

Part II: Avoiding Common Errors

Chapter 7: Do You Feel Bad or Badly? The Lowdown on Adjectives and Adverbs
Chapter 8: Small Words, Big Trouble: Prepositions
Chapter 9: Everyone Brought Their Homework: Pronoun Errors
Chapter 10: Just Nod Your Head: About Agreemen

Part III: No Garage, but Plenty of Mechanics

Chapter 11: Punctuation Law That Should Be Repealed: Apostrophes
Chapter 12: Quotations: More Rules Than the Internal Revenue Service
Chapter 13: The Pause That Refreshes: Commas
Chapter 14: Useful Little Marks: Dashes, Hyphens, and Colons
Chapter 15: CAPITAL LETTERS
Chapter 16: New Media, New Grammar Rules

Part IV: Polishing Without Wax —The Finer Points of Grammar

Chapter 17: Pronouns and Their Cases
Chapter 18: Fine-Tuning Verbs
Chapter 19: Saying What You Want to Say: Descriptive Words and Phrases
Chapter 20: Good, Better, Best: Comparisons
Chapter 21: Parallels Without the Lines

Part V: Rules Even Your Great-Aunt’s Grammar Teacher Didn’t Know

Chapter 22: The Last Word on Verbs
Chapter 23: The Last Word on Pronouns
Chapter 24: The Last Word on Sentence Structure

Part VI: The Part of Tens

Chapter 25: Ten Ways Two to Improve Your Proofreading
Chapter 26: Ten Ways to Learn Better Grammar




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