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The Least You Should Know About English Writing Skills, Form C
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Table of Contents
|Word Choice and Spelling|
|Your Own List of Misspelled Words|
|Words Often Confused (Set 1)|
|Words Often Confused (Set 2)|
|The Eight Parts of Speech|
|Adjectives and Adverbs|
|Words That Can Be Broken into Parts|
|Rules for Doubling a Final Letter|
|Using a Dictionary|
|Finding Subjects and Verbs|
|Locating Prepositional Phrases|
|Understanding Dependent Clauses|
|Correcting Run-on Sentences|
|Identifying Verb Phrases|
|Using Standard English Verbs|
|Using Regular and Irregular Verbs|
|Maintaining Subject-Verb Agreement|
|Avoiding Shifts in Time.|
|Recognizing Verbal Phrases|
|Correcting Misplaced or Dangling Modifiers|
|Following Sentence Patterns|
|Avoiding Clich?s, Awkward Phrasing, and Wordiness|
|Correcting for Parallel Structure|
|Avoiding Shifts in Person|
|Punctuation and Capital Letters|
|Period, Question Mark, Exclamation Point, Semicolon, Colon, Dash|
|Comma Rules 1, 2, and 3|
|Comma Rules 4, 5, and 6|
|Quotation Marks and Underlining/Italics|
|What Is the Least You Should Know about Writing?|
|The Paragraph: Defining a Paragraph|
|Types of Paragraphs|
|Sample Paragraphs in an Essay|
|The Essay: The Five-Paragraph Essay and Beyond|
|Defining an Essay|
|A Sample Essay|
|Writing in Your Own Voice: Narration|
|Finding a Topic: Look to Your Interests|
|Focused Free Writing|
|Talking with Other Students|
|Organizing Ideas: Thesis Statements|
|Organizing an Essay|
|Organizing Body Paragraphs (or Single Paragraphs)|
|Supporting with Details: Types of Support|
|Revising Your Papers|
|Presenting Your Work: Paper Formats|
|Writing an Argument: Taking a Stand and Proving Your Point|
|Three Requirements of a Strong Written Argument|
|A Longer, More Challenging Reading|
|Writing Summaries: Sample Summary|
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