English Grammar Workbook For Dummies, Geraldine Woods

English Grammar Workbook For Dummies

In English Grammar Workbook For Dummies you′ll find hundreds of fun problems to help build your grammar muscles. Just turn to a topic you need help with–from punctuation and pronouns topossessives and parallel structure–and get out your pencil. With just a little practice every day, you′ll be speaking correctly, writing confidently, and getting the recognition you deserve at work or at school.
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Proper English, either written or spoken, tends to be associated with the upper social or economic classes.
Chapter 12: Writing for Electronic Media
Verbs tell time with a quality known as tense. Before you reach for a tranquilizer, here’s the lowdown on the basic tenses. The three basic tenses are past, present, and future, and each has two forms — low-carb and fat-free. Sorry, I mean plain (its basic time designation — present, past, or future) and progressive (the -ing form of a verb). Progressive places a little more emphasis on process or on action that spans a time period, and the present progressive may reach into the future. In many sentences either plain or progressive verbs may be used interchangeably. Here’s a taste of each:

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