Diana Hacker. Rules for write.
Diana Hacker. A pocket style manual.
- Bilingual children's books English- Spanish What are your life goals? Why do you want to study in the U.S? Talk about your job in a more detailed way read it out loud a few times before you practice with a teacher
How do I use the phrases "to the south of …", "on the south of …" and "in the south of …"?
AP English Language and Composition
AP English Literature and Composition
- The Bedford Handbook - Writing Exercises for practice. - http://dianahacker.com/bedhandbook6e/subpages/wr_menu.asp
- The Bedford Handbook - Grammar Exercises for practice. - http://dianahacker.com/bedhandbook6e/subpages/gm_menu.asp
- Aims Community College - Body Paragraphs Exercise - http://www.aims.edu/student/online-writing-lab/process/body-exercise
- The Writing Center at University of North Carolina - Handouts and Resources - http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/
- Purdue University Online Writing Lab - The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. - https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
- Writers' Handbook (University of Wisconsin at Madison) - In this section, you will find many instructional materials developed for the Writing Center - http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/.
- Grammar Bytes - Grammar Instruction with Attitude - http://www.chompchomp.com/menu.htm
- Guide to Grammar and Writing (Charles Darling, Capital Community College; Hartford, CN) - The Guide to Grammar and Writing is sponsored by the Capital Community College Foundation, a nonprofit 501 c-3 organization that supports scholarships, faculty development, and curriculum innovation. - http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/
- Big Dog's Grammar - "Maybe some dull, basic English grammar stuff here, but I know how to get to the meat of any subject. Join me as I nose my way through the least you need to know to bluff your way through Freshman comp or any general writing task." - http://www.aliscot.com/bigdog/
- Get the most out
- I’d learned English grammar in order to get the most out of enlightenment.
- She gets the most out of our Computer science course.
- His writing gets the most out of American literature.
- Since you want to speak fluently, thinking actively gets the most out of any conversation.
- Paolo gets the most out of his college classes.
- Enlightenment gets the most out of good.
- Our house gets the most out of Greek architecture.
- My learning method gets the most out of your skills.
- I’m studying mathematics because it gets the most out of my time.
- Make the most out of.
- My neighborhood has several revelers.
- On New Year’s Eve shows who is a reveler.
- Revelers gone.
- Each reveler was odd.
- I see a reveler.
- muddle up
- odd one out
- An outward crocodile follows me!
- The 1st president of the United States that opens outward us.
- Have you played the “outward” game?
- I ain't gotta outward and grow up.
- Have you got to go outward?
- to make up, comprise of, compose of https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/grammar/british-grammar/consist-comprise-or-compose
- leering glances
- set off
- crocodilian jaws
- guilty of arson.
- tune in
- subtle nuances
- I pit you.
- The good pitted her again.
- Why are you pitting yourself?
- Our friends have pitted her.
- You gotta pit the bad.
- All the United States elected presidents have got to take an oath to fill the president.
- Indeed, it happens.
- I see you indeed.
- Scientific evidence says indeed another thing.
- Oh, my boy, you’ve made another thing indeed.
- Are you okay? Indeed I’m okay.
- Have you been, Jeff? I’m sad by Disney indeed.
- For me it is happy fact, indeed it is better than I expected.
- Bear one thing
- Search and seizure
- verb +noun + on
- shed light on,
- All English conjugations.
- To + For
- Learning the ropes
- No sweat
- All that glitters are not gold.
- Adjectives ending in ED and ING
- out of someone’s league
- get the ball rolling.
- get into shape.
- fall off
- if real conditions (type I) to if unreal conditions (type II)
- If they have money, they will join us on our vacation. If they had money, they could join us on our vacation.
- If you don’t have to work tomorrow, you will be happier. If you didn’t have to work tomorrow, you would be happier.
- If she goes to sleep earlier, she will not be too tired tomorrow. If she went to sleep earlier, she might not be too tired tomorrow.
- If I win the lottery, I will buy a house. If I won the lottery, I would buy a house.
- I’m living in Southern California.
- My house is in the south of England
- Where I’m living is to the south of California.
- Mexico is to the south of the USA.
- I live in a little town ON the south coast of England
- I live in a little town IN the South of England.
Asking and Giving Direction in English
Rebeca and I rewound the commercial when we saw our stimmy.
I have eaten it. We have sent them. He has shown something else. Adam has been a reveler, but not now.
Whom and who
Endonym and exonym