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Punctuation

  1. Common Comma Functions
  2. Exclamation Point
  3. Semicolon Usage
  4. Apostrophes
  5. Italics and Ellipses
  6. Slash
  7. Brackets
  8. Dash
  9. Ellipses
  10. Question Marks Functions
  11. Quotation Marks
  12. Italicizing and Underlining
  13. Parentheses
  14. Hyphens
  15. Making Commas Flows
  16. Commas
  17. Consistency In Punctuation

Grammar and Usage

  1. Subject Verb Agreement
  2. Verb Tenses
  3. Present Perfect, Past Perfect, and Future Perfect Verb Tenses
  4. Linking Verbs
  5. Action Verbs and Linking Verbs
  6. Idiomatic Usage
  7. Nouns In Different Roles
  8. Preposition Overload
  9. Choosing the Correct Adjective
  10. Using the Correct Pronoun
  11. Verbals
  12. Predicates
  13. Prepositions
  14. Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words
  15. Subjects
  16. Complete Predicates
  17. Direct and Indirect Objects
  18. Subordinating Conjunctions
  19. Gerund, Infinitive, and Participle
  20. Adjectives in a Series
  21. Degrees of Comparison
  22. Unequal Comparison Adjectives
  23. Unequal Comparison Adverbs
  24. Fragments and Run-On Sentences

Sentence Structure

  1. Sentence Structure
  2. Clauses
  3. Adverb Clauses and Adverbial Clauses
  4. Adjective Clauses and Phrases
  5. Misplaced Modifiers

Strategy

  1. Coherence In Writing
  2. Rhetorical Strategy of Cause and Effect Analysis
  3. Rhetorical Strategy of Classification and Division
  4. Rhetorical Strategy of Comparing and Contrasting
  5. Rhetorical Strategy of Description
  6. Rhetorical Strategy of Narration
  7. Rhetorical Strategy of Persuasion
  8. Rhetorical Schemes
  9. Writing a Response to the Text
  10. Thesis Statements
  11. Drafting a Thesis Statement
  12. Drafting Body Paragraphs
  13. Drafting Conclusions
  14. Introduction I
  15. Introduction II
  16. Persuasive Techniques
  17. Writing Strategies

Organization

  1. Complete Sentences
  2. Connecting Sentences
  3. Editing Sentences to Read Better
  4. Making Sentences More Distinct
  5. Text Structure
  6. Organizational Methods to Structure Text
  7. Organization in a Paper

Style

  1. Word Choice and Intended Audience
  2. Word Usage
  3. Figurative Language
  4. Style, Tone, and Mood

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