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Day 2 worksheets - Day 2 Syllabus Topics: Word Usage &...

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Day 2 Syllabus 1. Computer Lecture -- Mastering English Grammar (Mgrammar) Topic: Working with the Sentence / Usage (Put scores on score sheet.) 2. Worksheet: Word Usage (Answers are on the K drive, PAQC, Student Drive, Journalism.) 3. Computer Lecture -- Executive English: Sentence Structure 1 (Use Computer Lecture Worksheet.) 4. Computer Lecture -- Mastering English Grammar (Mgrammar) Topic: Practical Grammar II, The Compound Sentence (Put scores on score sheet.) 5. Worksheet: Compound Sentence Punctuation (Answers are on the K drive, PAQC, Student Drive, Journalism) 6. Computer Lecture -- Executive English: Sentence Structure 2 (No computer worksheet) Retrieve the Executive English program by clicking the following commands on the computer: Start / My Computer / Student “K” Drive / PAQC/Student Drive/Journalism. Retrieve the Mastering English Grammar program by clicking the following commands on the computer: Start / Program / Windows Explorer / Student Drive / Mgrammar / Q Cdmenu.exe.
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MGRAMMAR MGRAMMAR Name:__________________ Name:__________________ Working With The Sentence Working With The Sentence Word Usage Word Usage (Write down all the words covered in the program.) Homonyms: SCORE : Confusing Pairs: SCORE : Review I SCORE : Confusing Words: SCORE : Negatives and Modifiers:
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SCORE : Review II SCORE : Verbs and Expressions: SCORE : More Difficult Expressions: SCORE : Review III SCORE : Overall Review SCORE :
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WORD USAGE EXERCISE WORD USAGE EXERCISE Circle the correct word for the sentence. 1. No one would (accept, except) the reward. 2. My grandmother gave me helpful (advice, advise). 3. Tom’s appearance (affects, effects) other people’s views of him. 4. They are (all ready, already) to go to the party. 5. The family traveled (all together, altogether) around Europe. 6. The newspaper made an (allusion, illusion) to last year’s Christmas Day parade massacre. 7. The reward was divided (among, between) the 32 children. 8. My daughter likes (plain, plane) hamburgers with no ketchup and mayonnaise. 9. In high school, our (principal, principle) was Mr. Clark. 10. In the barracks, we all (raise, rise) at 4 a.m. for physical training. 11. When the class members do their homework, it is very (quiet, quite). 12. The teacher asked me to (set, sit) in my chair. 13. The old train sat (stationary, stationery) for the past 30 years. 14. Keep all the fruit (accept, except) the rotten ones. 15. I (advice, advise) you not to run with scissors.
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course DINFS PAQC taught by Professor Various during the Spring '11 term at Park.

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Day 2 worksheets - Day 2 Syllabus Topics: Word Usage &...

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