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By Rebecca Elliott Ph.D.

ISBN-10: 0812097815

ISBN-13: 9780812097818

Combines guideline in sentence constitution with exam of fun expressions, and provides tips about electronic mail communique, enhancing a faculty paper, and extra. Titles in Barron’s huge Painless sequence disguise a variety of matters, as they're taught at center college and highschool degrees. excellent for helping universal middle criteria, those books are written for college kids who locate the themes slightly complicated, or simply want a little additional support. every one of these books take a lighthearted, funny method of their matters, and supply enjoyable workouts together with puzzles, video games, and hard “Brain Tickler” difficulties to resolve. Bonus on-line part: contains extra video games to problem scholars, together with Beat the Clock, a line fit online game, and a notice scramble.

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He looked (stupid/stupidly) in that outfit. No problemright? Well, sometimes it's not so easy. Check this out: WRONG: This sentence is written awful bad. (How is this sentence written? The question how implies that an adverb is needed, but bad is an adjective. ) STILL WRONG: This sentence is written awful badly. (How badly? ) RIGHT: This sentence is not written awfully badlyit's perfect! You can get away with a lot of goofs in everyday speech, but when you are writing a paper or giving a speech, adverb and < previous page page_41 next page > < previous page next page > page_42 Page 42 adjective goofs make your work look sloppy.

WRONG: Mom gave the cookies to her and I. RIGHT BUT NOT SO POLITE: Mom gave the cookies to me and her. POLITE: Mom gave the cookies to her and me Is it me or is it I? It's a hot debate. Is this right? It's me. It's him. It's her. It's us. It's them. < previous page Or is this right? It's I. It's he. It's she. It's we. It's they. page_20 next page > < previous page page_21 next page > Page 21 Even the experts don't agree on this one. According to the strictest rules, it's me is wrong. (Turn the sentences around.

Previous page page_29 next page > < previous page page_30 next page > Page 30 The Subjunctive Mood WRONG: I were born in 1979. RIGHT: I was born in 1979. This is obvious, right? Sure it isat least most of the time. " This is called the subjunctive mood. Here is a trick for telling whether to use the subjunctive mood: If the sentence is a what if or if only sentence, use the subjunctive. WHAT IF: If I were a magician, I would turn the entire world into chocolate. WHAT IF: If she were to win the $10 million lottery, what do you think she would do with the money?

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