Language Arts High School : Begin Teaching (Book 2)

This is the second book in the High school Language Arts series, be sure to know more than you thought you’d ever need for English grammar.

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This is the second book in the High school Language Arts series and cover all this and more:

  • Ellipsis, Litotes, Meter = 39 inches,
  • Ninth way to make plurals,
  • Since can be ambiguous,
  • The whole point of English,
  • Green’s Theorem in Space,
  • Consonants as defined by air flow,
  • Location of a comma changes the meaning,
  • 14ºC = 57ºF,
  • What the United States, Liberia, and Myanmar have in common,
  • Eleven ways to make plurals,
  • 5 cm = 2 inches,
  • Run-on sentences,
  • Comma splices,
  • Appositive phrase,
  • Conjunctions,
  • Lyrics,
  • Iambic foot,
  • Pentameter,
  • Trochaic, anapestic, and dactylic feet,
  • Scansion,
  • Twelfth way to make plurals,
  • Three ways to fix a comma splice,
  • Eager vs. anxious,
  • Not looking at the spelling of a word to decide whether to use a or an,
  • Long vowels,
  • Twenty-two words that don’t contain a, e, i, o, or u,
  • Idioms,
  • Affect and effect as verbs,
  • Affect and effect as nouns,
  • Nouns defined,
  • Lie vs. lay,
  • Transitive and intransitive verbs,
  • The Australian Environment Protection and Biodiversity Act,
  • Pronouns defined,
  • What some people “know,”
  • Making “happy as a clam” make sense,
  • Scare quotes,
  • Sixteen ways to make plurals,
  • Cardinality of a set,
  • Numbers—when to use words and when to use numerals,
  • Subject-verb agreement when there is a compound subject,
  • When to use du and when to use Sie in German,
  • Literary symbolism,
  • One hundred best first lines from novels,
  • What is means to be a graduate student,
  • Should the saying be, “The early worm gets eaten”?
  • Dictionary vs. thesaurus,
  • Conjugation of a verb in three tenses,
  • Existentialism defined,
  • The three cases in which a preposition is capitalized in a book title,
  • The two numbers in English (singular and plural—I and we) and the three numbers in Russian,
  • Six tenses in English, Correction: 12 tenses in English.

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