Sentence Skills A Workbook For Writers

Author: John Langan
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
ISBN: 9780073371696
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This best-selling sentence-level worktext by John Langan continues to help students master the essential grammar, mechanics, punctuation, and usage skills needed for clear, thoughtful writing. The ninth edition of Sentence Skills features new writing assignments, review tests, and references.

Sentence Skills

Author: John Langan
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
ISBN: 9780070364233
Size: 22.99 MB
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Sentence Skills A Workbook For Writers Form B

Author: John Langan
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780073533278
Size: 65.63 MB
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This best-selling sentence-level worktext by John Langan continues to help students master the essential grammar, mechanics, punctuation, and usage skills needed for clear, thoughtful writing. The eighth edition of Sentence Skills, Form B features a new 4-color design that adds visual appeal and highlights key concepts to students.

Sentence Skills A Workbook For Writers Form B

Author: CTI Reviews
Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
ISBN: 1497040345
Size: 34.78 MB
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Facts101 is your complete guide to Sentence Skills, A Workbook for Writers, Form B. In this book, you will learn topics such as SECTION-III: Verbs, Pronouns, and Agreement, SECTION-IV: Modifiers and Parallelism, SECTION-V: Punctuation and Mechanics, and SECTION-VI: Word Use plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

The Least You Should Know About English Writing Skills

Author: Paige Wilson
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305960947
Size: 52.69 MB
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For decades, students have mastered the basics of writing with THE LEAST YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ENGLISH: WRITING SKILLS. Uncomplicated explanations allow students to focus on fundamentals, reinforced by real-world samples, over 200 exercises, and instant feedback in all areas of writing. Parts One to Three clarify and provide practice in the essentials of word use, sentence structure, and punctuation. Part Four on writing covers all types of paragraphs and essays and fundamental reading-based writing skills in a brief, easy-to-follow way. Each numbered section includes concise explanations followed by lively exercises with answers in the back of the book so that students can instantly grasp and apply what they learn. Exercises from multiple disciplines broaden students' understanding and interest in science, art, history, film, literature, social studies, business, and the media. When the course ends, the book becomes a valuable reference to support students' future writing needs. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Building Great Sentences

Author: Brooks Landon
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101614021
Size: 69.81 MB
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Based on the bestselling series from The Great Courses, Building Great Sentences celebrates the sheer joy of language—and will forever change the way you read and write. Great writing begins with the sentence. Whether it’s two words (“Jesus wept.”) or William Faulkner’s 1,287-word sentence in Absalom! Absalom!, sentences have the power to captivate, entertain, motivate, educate, and, most importantly, delight. Yet, the sentence-oriented approach to writing is too often overlooked in favor of bland economy. Building Great Sentences teaches you to write better sentences by luxuriating in the pleasures of language. Award-winning Professor Brooks Landon draws on examples from masters of long, elegant sentences—including Don DeLillo, Virginia Woolf, Joan Didion, and Samuel Johnson—to reveal the mechanics of how language works on thoughts and emotions, providing the tools to write powerful, more effective sentences.

The Complete Writer Level 1 Workbook For Writing With Ease

Author: Susan Wise Bauer
Publisher: Peace Hill Press
ISBN: 1942968175
Size: 26.97 MB
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A workbook to accompany the acclaimed series on teaching writing, from the author of The Well-Trained Mind. In Writing with Ease, Susan Wise Bauer lays out an alternative plan for teaching writing, one that combines the best elements of old-fashioned writing instruction with innovative new educational methods. The Complete Writer workbooks (each sold separately) complement this plan with lessons, student worksheets, and teacher instructions for every day of writing instruction. Each covers one year of study. Used along with Writing with Ease, The Complete Writer, Level One (first in a four-volume set) complete the elementary-grade writing curriculum.

Text

Author: John Mowitt
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822312734
Size: 35.20 MB
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The concept of textuality in recent decades has come to designate a fundamentally contested terrain within a number of academic disciplines. How it came to occupy this position is the subject of John Mowitt's book, a critical genealogy of the social and intellectual conditions that contributed to the emergence of the textual object. Beginning with the Tel Quel group in France in the sixties and seventies, Mowitt's study details how a certain interdisciplinary crisis prompted academics to rethink the conditions of cultural interpretation. Concentrating on three disciplinary projects—literary analysis, film studies, and musicology—Mowitt shows how textuality's emergence called into question not merely the relations among these disciplines, but also the cultural logic of disciplinary reason as such. At once an effort to define "the text" and to explore and extend the theory of textuality, this book illustrates why the notion of interdisciplinary research has recently acquired such urgency. At the same time, by emphasizing the genealogical dimension of the textual object, Mowitt raises the issues of its "antidisciplinary" character, and by extension its immediate pertinence for the current debates over multiculturalism and Eurocentrism. Innovative, historically astute and theoretically informed, this important book will be indispensable reading for all scholars in literary and cultural studies.

How To Write A Sentence

Author: Stanley Fish
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062006851
Size: 65.78 MB
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“Like a long periodic sentence, this book rumbles along, gathers steam, shifts gears, and packs a wallop.” —Roy Blount Jr. “Language lovers will flock to this homage to great writing.” —Booklist Outspoken New York Times columnist Stanley Fish offers an entertaining, erudite analysis of language and rhetoric in this delightful celebration of the written word. Drawing on a wide range of great writers, from Philip Roth to Antonin Scalia to Jane Austen and beyond, Fish’s How to Write a Sentence is much more than a writing manual—it is a penetrating exploration into the art and craft of sentences.

Barron S Sat Writing Workbook

Author: George Ehrenhaft
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9780764142048
Size: 11.79 MB
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Presents reviews of grammar, word usage and writing skills; provides test-taking tips; and includes questions similar to those found on the examination.