Life Lessons from the College Composition Classroom
Writing for College and Beyond: Life Lessons from the College Composition Classroom explains how the many skills taught in the Freshman Composition course apply at work and in life. The composition class is a pre-requisite and General Education course for most colleges and universities in the United States. It reaches students in every area of study. As people wonder about the value of a liberal arts education and question whether colleges and universities are truly preparing students for the workforce, Writing for College and Beyond challenges those arguments by pointing out exactly how classroom policies and writing assignments apply beyond school walls. Professors, lecturers, and graduate students teaching Freshman Composition courses will find this book helpful. Administrators who service the Freshman Composition population, such as Writing Center Directors, will also find Writing for College and Beyond: Life Lessons from the College Composition Classroom a wonderful aid.
8 Parts of Speech: There’s Nothing to Say without Them
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8 Parts of Speech
There’s Nothing to Say without Them
You need to know what the 8 parts of speech are so that you can understand what is being asked of you in other grammar situations. The only way to explain a mistake is by using the formal terms. Though we often ask people to say a sentence aloud and hear the mistake, that doesn’t work for habitual errors. Learning these terms will help you understand what a “subject-verb agreement” or “indefinite pronoun reference” mistake is.
Adjective—modifies a noun
Comparative and Superlative. Comparatives indicate difference to another object. Superlatives indicate the most of something.
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