CH 4 Pronouns
Use subjective, objective, & possessive pronouns
Choose pronouns in compound constructions, comparatives,
appositives, reflexives, & following link verbs.
1.)Personal: indicate person speaking, person spoken to, or person/object
CHAPTER 6 : SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT
LEVEL 1: LOCATING SUBJECTS
a. PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES
i. Do not have subjects of verbs
ii. Of, to, in, from, for, with, at, on, by
iii. Each of our representatives is knowledgeable about the issue.
Ch 3 nouns: plurals and possessives
1. Attournies attorneys
3. Absence leaves of absence
4. Diagnosis criteria
5. President 1990s
9. Katherines troys
10. Give weeks
Common nouns: name generalized person
PATTERN NO. 4: INVERTED ORDER
INVERTED SENTENCES: verb before subject
Driving the company car is Kelli.
Working hardest was the marketing team.
IN QUESTIONS: verb before or interrupted by subject
What is his e-mail address?
Where should the invoice be sen
CHAPTER 5: VERBS
1.)Types Of Verbs: Verbs express action, an occurrence, or a state of being
Rachel creates our online materials. (Action)
Winter holidays end the fall semester. (Occurrence)
Max is the new manager. (State of Being)