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Learning Punctuation By Saud Bleebl
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'Learning Punctuation' is indispensable for students and English Language learners who want to use correct punctuation in their written work. Whether you are unsure about apostrophes and commas,... More > colons or semicolons, question marks or speech marks, this simple and easy-to-understand guide is for you. With lots of examples to help the reader, you will be guided through the main points in punctuating written English, including: - hyphens & dashes - colons and semicolons - direct speech and indirect speech punctuation - full stops/periods and exclamation marks - question marks and apostrophes - braces and brackets ... and much more, including a brief review of the history of punctuation.< Less
Punctuation Pointers By Teacher Timesavers
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A unit from TEACHERTIMESAVERS.COM for Grades 5-6-7-8, which helps to teach basic punctuation. It contains sections on the use of the period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, apostrophe,... More > quotation marks, semicolon, colon, hyphen and underlining. Each section contains explanations, examples, exercises and a review. Also included are suggestions on how to use the unit, record sheets for students and the teacher, games and an answer key. (86 pages)< Less
Punctuation Through Practice By Keith Cowan
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A complete explanation of how to use all punctuation marks and practice exercises with answers.
Punctuation Through Practice By Keith Cowan
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A complete explanation of how to use all punctuation marks and practice exercises with answers.
“STOPS” OR, HOW TO PUNCTUATE (A PRACTICAL HANDBOOK FOR WRITERS AND STUDENTS) By PAUL ALLARDYCE
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From the INTRODUCTION: "The Use of Punctuation.—Punctuation is a device for marking out the arrangement of a writer's ideas. Reading is thereby made easier than it otherwise would be. A... More > writer's ideas are expressed by a number of words arranged in groups, the words in one group being more closely connected with one another than they are with those in the next group. An example will show this grouping in its simplest form: He never convinces the reason, or fills the imagination, or touches the heart."< Less
How to Write with Clarity By Brian Scott
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"How to Write with Clarity" shows you how to eliminate ambiguity from your writing so your readers understand clearly what you are communicating. Writing with clarity is more than using... More > simple, age-specific words for your readers. The misuse of a single word or improper placement of a word could alter the meaning of a sentence or emphasis the wrong part of sentence, thus confusing your reader. Our free ebook helps you to detect ambiguity in your writing and how to write with proper sentence structure. Published by LousyWriter.com< Less
How to Jumpstart a Journalism Career By Brian Scott
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If you are looking for solid advice on a journalism career, then our free eBook, "Jumpstart a Journalism Career" will help you. Our eBook gives you a first-person perspective of what it is... More > like in the field of journalism and what you can expect. This book will help you get started as a budding journalist, including what writing assignments are available to you and how to pursue them. Published by the editors of www.FreelanceWriting.com< Less
How to flip a jetski By Oscar Valdes
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‘You can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.’ In this, his second book of stunningly artistic and quirky photographs, Oscar Valdes takes us on a mesmerizing journey with... More > little more than his imagination and an inspired aptitude for capturing that perfect moment in time. Punctuated throughout the book are great little everyday sayings we can all relate to. From basic manners, to tips on what could survive a full cycle in your washing machine, there is something to inspire us all. Write them down, photocopy your favourite and stick it on your study wall, or simply read the book every time you need some inspiration or help with getting through life’s trials. There is something for all of us in these quotes and photographs.< Less
How to Control your Dreams By Ebooks Company
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“Last night, I had the strangest dream!” How many conversations in your life have started that way? People are fascinated with the movies that play in their head while they’re... More > sleeping. Some believe that dreams can predict the future. Others say that dreams depict real life. Still others believe that dreams are a manifestation of what we want to be or our inner-self Interpreting dreams has evolved over the years to what some consider an art form. We spend one-third of our lives sleeping, dreams punctuate our nights ! This book will give you all the keys to understand your dreams, remember them and even become their master ! This e-book is simple ro read and a real revolution in dream studies. It has already been sold to thousands of copies, be the next to control your dreams!< Less
How to Teach English to Adults With Humour, Book 2 By Frederick Alan Casemore
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If you enjoyed book 1 ''How to Teach English to Adults with Humour'', then I'm sure you'll love this. This book is for teaching English as a second language, and a second culture, to adults who know... More > enough about grammar and punctuation and so on but who would like to get to know English speaking people on a deeper level through understanding what makes us laugh, and what makes us smile, and what makes us think. This book will make mature students laugh, smile and think on every page.< Less

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