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part 2. Questions: Time travel: identifying the verb and choosing the correct tense -- Taking a look at irregular, helping, and descriptive verb forms -- One to many: forming plurals of nouns and pronouns -- Identifying subjects and perfecting subject-verb agreement -- Coming to a clear agreement: pairing pronouns and antecedents -- Solving the case (of pronouns) -- Forming complete sentences -- Moving beyond the basics: adding descriptions -- Taking the long view: descriptive phrases and clauses -- For better or worse: forming correct comparisons -- Avoiding capital punishment: placing capital letters properly -- Exercising comma sense: placing commas correctly -- Little things that mean a lot: apostrophes and quotation marks -- Not just for railroad tracks: parallelism -- Slimming down: cutting repetition and wordiness -- Aiming for style: creating interesting sentences -- Spotlighting verbs: voice and mood -- Dealing with electronic media -- Choosing language to suit your audience -- Tricky word traps -- Seeing double: confusing word pairs -- Steering clear of incorrect expressions -- part 2. The answers.
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One thousand and one grammar practice questions for dummies
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1,001 practice questions grammar for dummies
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