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Easy-to-Learn English Grammar and Punctuation, Part 1 of 2 : A step-by-step guide for a strong English foundation
by Sitara Maruf




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Which is correct? Anthony and Tina's house or Anthony's and Tina's house?We are inviting people like yourself, or we are inviting people like you?Why is a hyphen needed in lovely-looking lady but not in honestly working clerk?Why is the c lowercase in Toyota cars but not in Fergusson College?Inside, Sitara Maruf deciphers the English language's confusing rules and sets you on a path to learning grammar the right way-one topic at a time. Using everyday examples in a wide range of contexts, grammar becomes easy to learn, understand, and remember. She also points to variations and exceptions and how to avoid common mistakes. Which article can be used before a noncount noun?Which verb tenses do not need helping verbs?How is a comma used with quotation marks?What are homonyms and heteronyms?From parts of speech and articles to capitalization, punctuation, and pronunciation, she clears up trouble spots, to help you understand, apply, and remember the rules. Moreover, you can test your new knowledge with skill-building exercises and an answer section.Sitara Maruf's original curriculum helps people in the United States, as well as overseas, improve their English grammar skills, satisfy intellectual curiosity, and gain confidence in the language. In addition, this guide serves as a future reference and a supplement for English and writing courses.

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Overview

Which is correct? Anthony and Tina's house or Anthony's and Tina's house?We are inviting people like yourself, or we are inviting people like you?Why is a hyphen needed in lovely-looking lady but not in honestly working clerk?Why is the c lowercase in Toyota cars but not in Fergusson College?Inside, Sitara Maruf deciphers the English language's confusing rules and sets you on a path to learning grammar the right way-one topic at a time. Using everyday examples in a wide range of contexts, grammar becomes easy to learn, understand, and remember. She also points to variations and exceptions and how to avoid common mistakes. Which article can be used before a noncount noun?Which verb tenses do not need helping verbs?How is a comma used with quotation marks?What are homonyms and heteronyms?From parts of speech and articles to capitalization, punctuation, and pronunciation, she clears up trouble spots, to help you understand, apply, and remember the rules. Moreover, you can test your new knowledge with skill-building exercises and an answer section.Sitara Maruf's original curriculum helps people in the United States, as well as overseas, improve their English grammar skills, satisfy intellectual curiosity, and gain confidence in the language. In addition, this guide serves as a future reference and a supplement for English and writing courses.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781499160901
  • ISBN-10: 1499160909
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: October 2014
  • Page Count: 218
  • Dimensions: 11.02 x 8.5 x 0.46 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.14 pounds

Series: Easy-To-Learn English Grammar and Punctuation #1

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