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    This is a collection of cumulative units of study for conventional errors common in student writing. It's flexible, functional, and zeroes in problems typically seen in writing of all types, from the eternal "there/they're/their" struggle to correct colon use. Units are organized from most simple to most challenging.

    • 1: A big thank you to . . .

    • 1: Copyright

    • 1: Chapters

      • 1.1: First Things First- Conventions Pre-Test
      • 1.2: Introduction- Why Should I . . . ?
      • 1.3: Commas with "So," "Or," "But," "And"; Commas with Interrupting Elements
      • 1.4: Comma Review
      • 1.5: Fragments and Run-Ons
      • 1.6: Semicolons
      • 1.7: Punctuation and End Quotation Marks; Punctuating Titles
      • 1.8: Colons
      • 1.9: Apostrophe Pre-Assessment
      • 1.10: Apostrophes
      • 1.11: Subject-Verb Agreement
      • 1.12: Final Exam; "Rejected" Notice; Cheat Sheet
      • 1.13: A Lot; There, They're, Their; To, Two, Too
      • 1.14: Your, You're; Its, It's; Woman,Women
      • 1.15: Where, Were; Could Have, Could "Of"; Lose, Loose
      • 1.16: Whose, Who's; Fewer, Less; Choose, Chose
      • 1.17: Accept, Except; Who vs That; Lose, Loose
      • 1.18: All Ready, Already; I vs Me; Affect, Effect
      • 1.19: Everyday, Every Day; Defiant, Definite
      • 1.20: Capitalizing Pronouns; All Right vs "Alright"
      • 1.21: Commas in a Series; Commas After Introductory Phrases
    • Back Matter

      • Index
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