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Writing Is More Than Grammar
Colons – time, title, quotation, list
Colon – a coming list.
Commas – Dependent Clauses
Commas – Adjectives
Commas – avoid confusion.
Commas – Interjections
Commas – List
Commas – Location, Dates, Numbers
Commas – speaking to a person
Comma Splices, Run-on Sentences
Ellipsis / Ellipses (… or . . .)
Quotation Marks – dialogue or quote
Quotation marks – easy use
Parentheses and brackets
Active Is Better Than Passive
A Paragraph Is a Group of Related Sentences
A Complete Thought Is a Puzzle of Pieces
Conditional of Probability
Contractions Shorten Words to Be Easier to Pronounce.
FANBOYS in Grammar
Fragments Are Not Complete Sentences
How Do Sentences Function?
How Many Ways Can You Ask a Question?
Individual Importance Is Emphasized by Capitalization
Inquiring Questions Want to Know
No and Its Negative Relatives Deny
Order of Adjectives Sound Right
Plural Wants More Than One
Prefixes Change the Meaning of Root Words
Scene Breaks Transition from Here to There or Now to Then
Types of Sentences
Families of Irregular Verbs
Future Tense (Will, Shall)
Generalizations Make Sweeping Statements, Not Always True
Regular and Irregular Present Tense Verbs
Verbs Have Tense Forms
Verbs: Irregular Past Tense
Verbs: Regular Past Tense
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