By Barbara Goldstein

ISBN-10: 0547171242

ISBN-13: 9780547171241

Short and uncomplicated in its assurance, GRAMMAR to head deals scholars a special concentrate on sentence diagramming that is helping them visualize and know the way phrases attach. excellent as a main textual content or as a complement for classes with an emphasis on studying simple grammar and punctuation talents, this version contains a wide selection of recent fabric to aid scholars hone their skills--including extra conventional perform units, extra built-in assignments, elevated possibilities for writing perform, and multiplied discussions of every chapter's content material at the publication particular site.

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People emigrate (exit) FROM a country; people immigrate (go into) TO their new country: The O’Rourkes emigrated from Ireland in 1988. Thousands of people immigrate to the United States each year. farther/further Farther refers to distance: They live farther away than they used to. Further refers to quantity of degree: I do not wish to discuss this topic any further. WORD WATCHERS PRACTICE SET Directions: Choose the correct word in the parentheses. 1. The (continuous/continual) dripping of the faucet kept everyone awake.

Prepositional phrase: Throughout the production Word it modifies: spoke 1. She stored the stolen letters behind the cabinet. Prepositional phrase: Word it modifies: 46 Chapter 4 2. At dawn the sheriff found the cattle rustler. Prepositional phrase: Word it modifies: 3. I took these pictures with an old box camera. Prepositional phrase: Word it modifies: 4. Our neighbors live beyond their means. Prepositional phrase: Word it modifies: 5. We can join you for lunch after class. Prepositional phrase: Word it modifies: Prepositional phrase: Word it modifies: PRACTICE SET 4–4 Directions: In the sentences below, place each prepositional phrase in parentheses and write it in the blank.

According to the police, the accident on the overpass was very serious. 2. We have not received your payment for January. 3. A person like him is always an asset to this firm. 4. He proposed to her during the football game. 5. Everyone except Felicia knows about the meeting on Friday. 6. Do not open before Christmas. 7. I bought these shoes in spite of her objections about the cost. 8. She lied about the burglary that had taken place during their trip to Canada in March. 9. At night, my ferret sleeps among the boxes under my bed.

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