ISBN-10:
0829436332
ISBN-13:
9780829436334
Pub. Date:
06/01/2012
Publisher:
Loyola Press
Exercises in English 2013 Level E Student Book: Grammar Workbook

Exercises in English 2013 Level E Student Book: Grammar Workbook

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ISBN-13: 9780829436334
Publisher: Loyola Press
Publication date: 06/01/2012
Series: Exercises in English 2013
Edition description: First Edition, Student Edition, Revision of 2008 edition
Pages: 169
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range: 7 - 11 Years

Table of Contents

Contents

Nouns
    1    Nouns    1
    2    Common Nouns and Proper Nouns    2
    3    More Common Nouns and Proper Nouns    3
    4    Singular Nouns and Plural Nouns    4
    5    More Singular Nouns and Plural Nouns    5
    6    Possessive Nouns    6
    7    More Possessive Nouns    7
    8    Collective Nouns, Count and Noncount Nouns    8
    9    Nouns as Subjects    9
    10    Nouns as Subject Complements    10
    11    Nouns as Direct Objects    11
    12    Direct Objects and Subject Complements    12
    13    Objects of Prepositions    13
    14    Nouns as Indirect Objects    14
    15    Nouns in Direct Address    15
    16    Words Used as Nouns or as Verbs    16
    17    Words Used as Nouns or as Adjectives    17
    18    Uses of Nouns    18
             Susan B. Anthony
    19    Reviewing Nouns    19–20

Pronouns
    20    Singular Pronouns and Plural Pronouns    21
    21    Personal Pronouns    22
    22    More Personal Pronouns    23
    23    Pronouns as Subjects    24
             Matthew Brady
    24    Pronouns as Subject Complements    25
    25    More Pronouns as Subject Complements    26
    26    Pronouns as Direct Objects    27
    27    Pronouns as Objects of Prepositions    28
    28    Pronouns as Indirect Objects    29
    29    Subject and Object Pronouns—Part I     30
    30    Subject and Object Pronouns—Part II    31
    31    Subject and Object Pronouns—Part III    32
    32    Possessive Pronouns    33
    33    Possessive Adjectives    34
    34    Intensive Pronouns, Reflexive Pronouns    35
    35    Antecedents    36
    36    Pronouns and Contractions    37
    37    Demonstrative Pronouns, Interrogative Pronouns    38
    38    Reviewing Pronouns    39–40

Adjectives
    39    Descriptive Adjectives    41
    40    Proper Adjectives    42
    41    Articles    43
             Father Damien
    42    Repetition of Articles    44
    43    Demonstrative Adjectives    45
    44    Adjectives That Tell How Many    46
    45    Position of Adjectives    47
    46    Adjectives That Compare    48
    47    More, Most and Less, Least    49
    48    Fewer, Fewest and Less, Least    50
    49    More on Fewer, Fewest and Less, Least    51
    50    Interrogative Adjectives    52
    51    Reviewing Adjectives    53–54

Verbs
    52    Action Verbs—Part I    55
    53    Action Verbs—Part II    56
    54    Action Verbs—Part III    57
    55    Being Verbs    58
    56    Verb Phrases    59
    57    More Verb Phrases    60
    58    Principal Parts of Verbs    61
    59    Regular and Irregular Verbs    62
    60    More Regular and Irregular Verbs    63
    61    Am, Is, Are, Was, and Were    64
    62    Do, Does, Doesn’t, and Don’t    65
    63    Come and Go, Bring and Take    66
    64    Sit and Set, Teach and Learn    67
    65    Simple Tenses    68
             Dorothea Dix
    66    Subject-Verb Agreement    69
    67    Progressive Tenses    70
    68    Present Perfect Tense    71
    69    Past Perfect Tense    72
    70    Future Perfect Tense    73
    71    Linking Verbs    74
    72    Reviewing Verbs    75–76

Adverbs
    73    Adverbs of Time    77
    74    Adverbs of Place    78
    75    Adverbs of Manner    79
    76    Adverbs of Time, Place, and Manner    80
             Father Flanagan
    77    Adverbs That Compare    81
    78    Good and Well     82
    79    Real and Very    83
    80    No, Not, Never    84
    81    There Is and There Are    85
    82    Adverb Clauses    86
             Kit Carson
    83    Reviewing Adverbs    87–88

Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjections
    84    Prepositions and Their Objects    89
    85    Prepositional Phrases    90
    86    Between and Among    91
    87    From and Off    92
    88    Prepositional Phrases as Adjectives    93
    89    More Prepositional Phrases as Adjectives    94
    90    Prepositional Phrases as Adverbs    95
    91    More Prepositional Phrases as Adverbs    96
    92    Prepositional Phrases as Adjectives or Adverbs    97
             Emma Lazarus
    93    Conjunctions with Subjects    98
    94    Conjunctions with Predicates    99
    95    Conjunctions with Direct Objects     100
    96    Conjunctions with Subject Complements    101
    97    Conjunctions with Sentences    102
    98    Subordinate Conjunctions    103
             Madame C. J. Walker
    99    Interjections    104
    100    Reviewing Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections    105–106

Sentences
    101    Complete Sentences    107
    102    Four Kinds of Sentences    108
    103    Simple Subjects and Simple Predicates    109
               Norman Rockwell
    104    Complete Subjects    110
    105    Complete Predicates    111
    106    Direct Objects and Indirect Objects    112
    107    Subject Complements    113
    108    Sentence Order    114
    109    Compound Subjects    115
    110    Compound Predicates    116
    111    Compound Direct Objects    117
    112    Compound Subject Complements    118
    113    Compound Sentences    119
    114    Complex Sentences    120
               Crazy Horse
    115    Reviewing Sentences    121–122

Punctuation and Capitalization
    116    End Punctuation    123
    117    Commas in Series    124
    118    Commas with Conjunctions    125
    119    Direct Address and Yes and No    126
    120    Apostrophes    127
    121    Capital Letters    128
    122    Titles    129
    123    Other Uses of Capital Letters    130
    124    Abbreviations    131
    125    Direct Quotations    132
    126    More Direct Quotations    133
    127    Addresses and Letters    134
    128    Reviewing Punctuation and Capitalization    135–136

Diagramming
    129    Subjects, Predicates, Direct Objects, Modifiers    137–138
    130    Indirect Objects    139–140
    131    Subject Complements    141–142
    132    Prepositional Phrases    143–144
    133    Interjections    145–146
    134    Compound Subjects and Compound Predicates    147–148
    135    Compound Direct Objects and Indirect Objects    149–150
    136    Compound Subject Complements    151–152
    137    Compound Sentences    153–154
    138    Adverb Clauses    155–156
    139    Diagramming Review    157–158

Handbook of Terms    159–169

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