Package: Bare Essentials, Form A + Printed Access Card (12 Months) For Grammar À La Carte

Paperback | March 11, 2013

bySarah Norton, Brian Green

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Sarah Norton and Brian Green's The Bare Essentials series is the best-selling developmental English series in Canada. With a 25-year-plus reputation as a clear, straightforward, and even humorous college-level writing text, The Bare Essentials series provides an accessible approach to college students who seek to improve their writing and grammar skills. Form A continues to provide clear explanations, numerous examples, and plenty of practice exercises, giving students the knowledge they need to progress from basic sentence correctness through paragraph development to organization and preparation of short college and university papers. This new edition refreshes its pool of skill-building self-tests within the text, and now includes a tremendously powerful new digital solution - Grammar à la Carte.

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Sarah Norton and Brian Green's The Bare Essentials series is the best-selling developmental English series in Canada. With a 25-year-plus reputation as a clear, straightforward, and even humorous college-level writing text, The Bare Essentials series provides an accessible approach to college students who seek to improve their writing ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 9.25 × 8 × 0.75 inPublished:March 11, 2013Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176662057

ISBN - 13:9780176662059

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PrefaceIntroductionUnit One: WordsChapter 1: Choosing the Right WordsChapter 2: Hazardous HomonymsChapter 3: The ApostropheChapter 4: Capital LettersUnit Two: SentencesChapter 5: Cracking the Sentence CodeChapter 6: Solving Sentence-Fragment ProblemsChapter 7: Solving Run-On Sentence ProblemsChapter 8: Solving Modifier ProblemsChapter 9: The Parallelism PrincipleChapter 10: Refining by CombiningUnit Three: GrammarChapter 11: Choosing the Correct Verb FormChapter 12: Mastering Subject-Verb AgreementChapter 13: Keeping Your Tenses ConsistentChapter 14: Choosing the Correct Pronoun FormChapter 15: Mastering Pronoun-Antecedent AgreementChapter 16: Maintaining Person AgreementUnit Four: PunctuationChapter 17: The CommaChapter 18: The SemicolonChapter 19: The ColonChapter 20: Quotation MarksChapter 21: Question Marks, Exclamation Marks, and Punctuation ReviewUnit Five: Paragraphs and EssaysChapter 22: Finding Something to Write AboutChapter 23: The Thesis StatementChapter 24: The OutlineChapter 25: ParagraphsChapter 26: Revising Your PaperChapter 27: Using Research Resources ResponsiblyUnit Six: ReadingsBrian Green, "Career Consciousness"Trina Piscitelli, "The Slender Trap"Michael Adams, "Hockey, Fighting, and What It Means to Be a Man"Aliki Tryphonopoulos, "Eat, Drink, and Be Guilty"AppendixesA - A Review of the BasicsB - List of Useful TermsC - Answers to ExercisesIndex