English Grammar and Punctuation Quick Study Guide for Smartphones and Mobile Devices - FREE Chapters on Nouns and Pronouns in the Trial Version

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MobileReference, Jan 1, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines
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Chemistry Study Guide FEATURES: - Clear and concise explanations. - Search for words or phrases. - Add Bookmarks - Designed for optimal navigation on electronic devices with a small screen - Access the guide anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway. - Use your down time to prepare for an exam. - Always have the guide available for a quick reference. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapters * A-Z Index 1. Introduction 2. Parts of speech 3. Spelling 4. Semantics 5. Syntax 6. Punctuation 7. About and Navigation 1. Introduction: History * Classification * Geographical distribution * Alphabet * English grammar 2. Nouns: Inflections * Countable and Uncountable * Words and Word Groups * Plural * Plural of virus * Exercises - Plural * Pronouns: Classes * Possessive * Possessive antecedent * Gender-specific * Gender-neutral * Disjunctive * You * Who * One * Unclear Usage * Articles * Adjectives: Possessive * Word Order * Comparison * Adverbs * Verbs: Voice * Mood * Tenses * Sequence of Tenses * Irregular * List of irregular verbs * Defective * Modal Auxiliary * Shall and Will * Phrasal * Using verbs together * Gerunds * Infinitive * Split infinitive * Prepositions * Conjunctions * Interjections 3. Spelling: Three letter rule * I before e except after c * Silent E * Words containing Q not followed by U * Satiric misspelling * American and British spelling differences 4. Semantics: Words with disputed usage * Words with uncommon properties * Like * Than 5. Syntax: Subject-verb agreement * Agent Verb Object * Right-branching sentence * Run-on sentence * Word order * Tag question * Relative clauses * Going to * It's I/It's me 6. Punctuation: Commas * Apostrophes * Quotations * Semicolons * Colons * Other Punctuation * Capitalization

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