Punctuation and Sentence Structure

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A. WORD USE
–Read the section titled, “What is the least you should know about word use?”
–Complete the Word Use Preview Test section listed:
–Contractions … Type odd numbers within exercises. Exercises 5.6 and 5.7 are not required.
–Possessives … Type odd numbers within exercises. Exercises 6.6 and 6.7 are not required.
–Word Use Progress Test Type the complete Progress Test.
–Word Use Practice … Type the full paragraph with corrections.

B. SENTENCE STRUCTURE
From The Least You Should Know about English: Writing Skills, on your own, you will complete (type) the following exercises after studying introductory background for topics that follow:
–Read the section titled, “What is the least you should know about sentence structure?”
–Complete the Sentence Structure Preview Test sections below:
–Locating Prepositional Phrases (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Finding Subjects and Verbs (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Understanding Dependent Clauses (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Correcting Fragments (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Correcting Run-on Sentences (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Using Standard English Verbs (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Using Regular and Irregular Verbs (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Maintaining Subject-Verb Agreement (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Avoiding Shifts in Time (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Correcting Misplaced or Dangling Modifiers (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Correcting for Parallel Structure (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Using Pronouns (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Avoiding Shifts in Person (Type the odd numbers in this section.)
–Sentence Structure Progress Test (Type the complete test.)
–Sentence Structure Practice (Type the complete practice exercise.)

C. PUNCTUATION
From The Least You Should Know about English: Writing Skills, on your own, you will complete (type) the following exercises after studying introductory background for each topic:

–Read the section titled, “What is the least you should know about punctuation?”
–Complete the Punctuation Preview Test. (Type the complete test.)
–Periods, Question Marks, Exclamation Points, Semicolons, Colons, Dashes (Odd)
–Commas Used to Separate Elements (Odd)
–Commas Used to Enclose Elements (Odd)
–Quotation Marks and Italics/Underlines (Odd)
–Capital Letters (Odd)
–Punctuation Progress Test (Type the complete test.)
–Punctuation Practice (Type the complete practice exercise.)

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