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The Brief Hold Handbook, 3/e serves as a concise writing reference for composition courses and beyond. Distinct from the competition, this easy-to-use reference covers critical thinking and reading and also addresses the use of computers and the Internet in every stage of writing and research.

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ISBN-13: 9780155053540
Publisher: Harcourt College Publishers
Publication date: 08/28/1997
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Table of Contents

Preface v
PART I WRITING ESSAYS AND PARAGRAPHS 1(52)
Chapter 1 Writing Essays
3(32)
1a. Understanding the Writing Process
3(1)
1b. Planning
4(8)
(1) Determining your purpose
4(1)
(2) Identifying your audience
5(1)
(3) Analyzing your assignment
6(1)
(4) Choosing a topic
7(1)
(5) Finding something to say
7(5)
1c. Shaping
12(7)
(1) Grouping ideas: Making a topic tree
12(1)
(2) Developing a thesis
12(3)
(3) Revising your thesis statement
15(1)
(4) Using a thesis statement to shape your essay
15(2)
(5) Preparing an outline
17(2)
1d. Writing and Revising
19(9)
(1) Writing a rough draft
19(3)
(2) Using specific revision strategies
22(6)
1e. Editing and Proofreading
28(7)
Chaptr 2 Writing Paragraphs
35(18)
2a. Writing Unified Paragraphs
35(2)
(1) Using topic sentences
36(1)
(2) Testing for unity
36(1)
2b. Writing Coherent Paragraphs
37(4)
(1) Arranging details
37(1)
(2) Using transitional words and phrases
38(2)
(3) Using parallel structure
40(1)
(4) Repeating key words and phrases
40(1)
2c. Patterns for Paragraph Development
41(6)
(1) Narration
41(1)
(2) Description
42(1)
(3) Exemplification
43(1)
(4) Process
44(1)
(5) Cause and effect
44(1)
(6) Comparison and contrast
45(1)
(7) Division and Classification
46(1)
(8) Definition
47(1)
2d. Writing Well-Developed Paragraphs
47(2)
2e. Writing Introductory and Concluding Paragraphs
49(4)
(1) Introductory paragraphs
49(1)
(2) Concluding paragraphs
50(3)
PART 2 CRITICAL THINKING AND ARGUMENTATION 53(18)
Chapter 3 Thinking Critically
53(7)
3a. Distinguish Fact from Opinion
55(1)
3b. Evaluating Supporting Evidence
56(1)
3c. Understanding Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
57(1)
(1) Using inductive reasoning
57(1)
(2) Using deductive reasoning
57(1)
3d. Recongnizing Faulty Reasoning and Logical Fallacies
58(4)
Chapter 4 Writing Argumentative Essays
62(9)
4a. Planning an Argumentative Essay
62(2)
(1) Choosing a topic
62(1)
(2) Developing a thesis
62(1)
(3) Considering your audience
63(1)
(4) Refuting the opposition
63(1)
4b. Using Evidence and Establishing Credibility
64(1)
(1) Using evidence
64(1)
(2) Establishing credibility and being fair
64(1)
4c. Organizing an Argumentative Essay
65(1)
4d. Writing an Argumentative Essay
66(5)
PART 3 WRITING GRAMMATICAL SENTENCES 71(42)
Chapter 5 Revising Sentence Fragments
73(5)
5a. Revising Dependent Clauses
74(1)
5b. Revising Phrases
75(1)
5c. Revising Compounds
76(2)
Chapter 6 Revising Comma Splices and Fused Sentences
78(4)
6a. Revising with Periods
79(1)
6b. Revising with Semicolons
79(1)
6c. Revising with Coordinating Conjunctions
80(1)
6d. Revising with Subordinating Conjunctions or Relative Pronouns
81(1)
Chapter 7 Understanding Agreement
82(8)
7a. Subject-Verb Agreement
82(5)
(1) Words that come between subject and verb
83(1)
(2) Compound subjects joined by and
83(1)
(3) Compound subjects joined by or
83(1)
(4) Indefinite pronouns
84(1)
(5) Collective nouns
85(1)
(6) Singular subjects with plural forms
86(1)
(7) Inverted subject-verb order
86(1)
(8) Linking verbs
86(1)
(9) Relative pronouns
87(1)
7b. Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement
87(3)
(1) Compound antecedents
87(1)
(2) Collective noun antecedents
88(1)
(3) Indefinite pronoun antecedents
88(2)
Chapter 8 Using Verbs Correctly: Form, Tense, Mood, and Voice
90(11)
8a. Verb Forms
90(4)
(1) Principal parts of regular verbs
90(1)
(2) Principal parts of irregular verbs
90(4)
8b. Tense
94(4)
(1) Using the simple tenses
95(1)
(2) Using the perfect tenses
95(1)
(3) Using the progressive tenses
96(1)
(4) Using verb tenses in a sentence
97(1)
8c. Mood
98(2)
(1) Forming the subjunctive mood
99(1)
(2) Using the subjunctive mood
99(1)
8d. Voice
100(1)
Chapter 9 Using Pronouns Correctly: Case and Reference
101(6)
9a. Understanding Pronoun Case
101(2)
9b. Determining Pronoun Case in Special Situations
103(1)
(1) Implied comparisons with than or as
103(1)
(2) Who and whom
103(1)
(3) Appositives
104(1)
(4) We and us before a noun
104(1)
9c. Revising Common Errors of Pronoun Reference
104(3)
(1) Ambiguous Antecedents
104(1)
(2) Remote antecedents
105(1)
(3) Nonexistent antecedents
105(1)
(4) Who, which, and that
106(1)
Chapter 10 Using Adjectives and Adverbs Correctly
107(6)
10a. Using Adjectives as Subject Complements
107(1)
10b. Using Adverbs Appropriately
108(1)
10c. Using Comparative and Superlative Forms
109(1)
(1) Comparative forms
109(1)
(2) Superlative forms
110(1)
(3) Irregular comparatives and superlatives
110(1)
10d. Avoiding Illogical Comparisons
110(3)
PART 4 WRITING EFFECTIVE SENTENCES 113(38)
Chapter 11 Writing Varied Sentences
115(8)
11a. Using Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences
115(2)
(1) Compound sentences
115(1)
(2) Complex sentences
116(1)
(3) Compound-complex sentences
117(1)
11b. Varying Sentence Length
117(2)
(1) Combining choppy simple sentences
117(1)
(2) Following a long sentence with a short one
118(1)
11c. Breaking Up Strings of Compound Sentences
119(1)
11d. Varying Sentence Types
120(1)
11e. Varying Sentence Openings
120(1)
11f. Varying Standard Word Order
121(2)
(1) Inverting word order
121(1)
(2) Separating subject from verb
122(1)
Chapter 12 Writing Emphatic Sentences
123(6)
12a. Conveying Emphasis through Word Order
123(2)
(1) Beginning with important ideas
123(1)
(2) Ending with important ideas
124(1)
(3) Experimenting with word order
125(1)
11b. Conveying Emphasis through Sentence Structure
125(1)
(1) Using cumulative sentences
125(1)
(2) Using periodic sentences
125(1)
12c. Conveying Emphasis through Parallelism and Balance
126(1)
12d. Conveying Emphasis through Repetition
127(1)
12e. Conveying Emphasis through Active Voice
127(2)
Chapter 13 Writing Concise Sentences
129(7)
13a. Eliminating Nonessential Words
129(3)
(1) Deleting deadwood
129(1)
(2) Deleting or replacing utility words
130(1)
(3) Avoiding circumlocution
131(1)
13b. Eliminating Unnecessary Repetition
132(1)
(1) Deleting repeated words
132(1)
(2) Substituting a pronoun
132(1)
(3) Using elliptical clauses
132(1)
(4) Creating appositives
132(1)
(5) Creating compounds
133(1)
(6) Creating complex sentences
133(1)
13c. Tightening Rambling Sentences
133(3)
(1) Eliminating excessive coordination
133(1)
(2) Eliminating adjective clauses
134(1)
(3) Eliminating passive constructions
134(1)
(4) Eliminating wordy prepositional phrases
134(1)
(5) Eliminating wordy noun constructions
134(2)
Chapter 14 Avoiding Awkward or Confusing Sentences
136(7)
14a. Shifts in Tense
136(1)
14b. Shifts in Voice
137(1)
14c. Shifts in Mood
137(1)
14d. Shifts in Person and Number
138(1)
14e. Shifts from Direct to Indirect Discourse
138(1)
14f. Mixed Constructions
139(1)
14g. Faulty Predication
140(1)
(1) Incorrect use of be
140(1)
(2) Is when or is where
141(1)
(3) The reason ... is because
141(1)
(4) Intervening words
141(1)
14h. Incomplete or Illogical Comparisons
141(2)
Chapter 15 Using Parallelism
143(3)
15a. Using Parallelism Effectively
143(1)
(1) With items in a series
143(1)
(2) With paired items
143(1)
(3) In lists and outlines
144(1)
15b. Revising Faulty Parallelism
144(2)
(1) Using parallel elements
145(1)
(2) Repeating signals of parallelism
145(1)
Chapter 16 Placing Modifiers Carefully
146(5)
16a. Revising Misplaced Modifiers
146(2)
(1) Placing modifying words precisely
146(1)
(2) Repositioning misplaced phrases
147(1)
(3) Repositioning misplaced dependent clauses
147(1)
16b. Revising Intrusive Modifiers
148(1)
16c. Revising Dangling Modifiers
148(3)
(1) Creating a new subject
149(1)
(2) Creating a dependent clause
150(1)
PART 5 USING WORDS EFFECTIVELY 151(36)
Chapter 17 Choosing Words
153(9)
17a. Choosing an Appropriate Level of Diction
153(2)
(1) Formal diction
153(1)
(2) Informal diction
153(2)
(3) College writing
155(1)
17b. Choosing the Right Word
155(1)
(1) Denotation and connotation
155(1)
(2) Euphemisms
156(1)
(3) Specific and general words
156(1)
(4) Abstract and concrete words
156(1)
17c. Avoiding Unoriginal Language
156(2)
(1) Jargon
156(1)
(2) Neologisms
157(1)
(3) Pretentious diction
157(1)
(4) Cliches
157(1)
17d. Using Figurative Language
158(1)
(1) Understanding figures of speech
158(1)
(2) Avoiding dead metaphors
159(1)
17e. Avoiding Biased Language
159(3)
(1) Offensive labels
159(1)
(2) Sexist language
159(3)
Chapter 18 Using a Dictionary
162(3)
Chapter 19 A Glossary of Usage
165(22)
PART 6 UNDERSTANDING PUNCTUATION 187(42)
Chapter 20 End Punctuation
189(4)
20a. Using Periods
189(1)
(1) Ending a sentence
189(1)
(2) Marking an abbreviation
189(1)
20b. Using Question Marks
190(1)
(1) Marking the end of a direct question
190(1)
(2) Marking questionable dates or numbers
191(1)
(3) Editing misused or overused question marks
191(1)
20c. Using Exclamation Points
191(2)
Chapter 21 The Comma
193(13)
21a. Setting Off Independent Clauses
193(1)
21b. Setting Off Items in a Series
194(2)
21c. Setting Off Introductory Elements
196(1)
(1) Dependent clauses
196(1)
(2) Verbal and prepositional phrases
196(1)
(3) Transitional words and phrases
197(1)
21d. Setting Off Nonessential Elements
197(4)
(1) Nonrestrictive modifiers
197(3)
(2) Transitional words and phrases
200(1)
(3) Contradictory phrases and absolute phrases
200(1)
(4) Miscellaneous nonessential elements
201(1)
21e. Using Commas in Other Conventional Contexts
201(1)
(1) Around direct quotations
201(1)
(2) With titles or degrees
201(1)
(3) In dates and addresses
202(1)
(4) In long numbers
202(1)
21f. Using Commas to Prevent Misreading
202(1)
21g. Editing Misused or Overused Commas
203(3)
(1) Between two independent clauses
203(1)
(2) Around restrictive modifiers
203(1)
(3) Between inseparable grammatical constructions
203(1)
(4) Between a verb and an indirect quotation or question
204(1)
(5) Between certain paried elements
204(1)
(6) Before a dependent clause that falls at the end of a sentence
205(1)
Chapter 22 The Semicolon
206(3)
22a. Separating Independent Clauses
206(1)
22b. Separating Complex, Internally Punctuated Clauses
206(1)
22c. Separating Clasuses Containing Trnsitional Words and Phrases
207(1)
22d. Separating Items in a Series
207(1)
22e. Editing Misused or Overused Semicolons
208(1)
(1) Between items of unequal grammatical rank
208(1)
(2) Introducing a list
208(1)
(3) Introducing a direct quotation
208(1)
Chapter 23 The Apostrophe
209(4)
23a. Forming the Possessive Case
209(2)
(1) Singular nouns and indefinite pronouns
209(1)
(2) Singular nouns ending in -s
209(1)
(3) Plural nouns ending in -s
210(1)
(4) Irregular plural nouns
210(1)
(5) Compound nouns or groups of words
210(1)
(6) Two or more items
210(1)
23b. Indicating Omissions in Contractions
211(1)
(1) Omitted letters
211(1)
(2) Omitted numbers
212(1)
23c. Forming Plurals
212(1)
Chapter 24 Quotation Marks
213(7)
24a. Setting Off Direct Quotations
213(1)
(1) Identifying tag in the middle of a quoted passage
213(1)
(2) Identifying tag at the beginning of a quoted passage
214(1)
(3) Identifying tag at the end of a quoted passage
214(1)
24b. Setting Off Titles
214(1)
24c. Setting Off Words Used in Special Ways
215(1)
24d. Setting Off Dialogue, Long Prose Passages, and Poetry
215(2)
(1) Dialogue
215(1)
(2) Long prose passages
216(1)
(3) Poetry
217(1)
24e. Using Quotation Marks with Other Punctuation
217(2)
24f. Editing Misused or Overused Quotation Marks
219(1)
(1) To set off nicknames, slang, or technicl terms
219(1)
(2) To set off indirect quotations
219(1)
Chapter 25 Other Punctuation Marks
220(9)
25a. Using Colons
220(2)
(1) Introducing lists or series
220(1)
(2) Introducing explanatory material
220(1)
(3) Introducing quotations
221(1)
(4) Editing misused or overused colons
221(1)
25b. Using Dashes
222(1)
(1) Setting off nonessential material
222(1)
(2) Introducing a summary
222(1)
(3) Indicating an interruption
222(1)
(4) Editing misused or overused dashes
223(1)
25c. Using Parentheses
223(1)
(1) Settaing off nonessential material
223(1)
(2) Using parentheses in other situations
224(1)
25d. Using Brackets
224(1)
(1) Setting off comments within quotations
224(1)
(2) Using brackets in place of parentheses within parentheses
225(1)
25e. Using Slashes
225(1)
(1) Separating one option from another
225(1)
(2) Separating lines of poetry run into the text
225(1)
25f. Using Ellipses
225(4)
(1) Indicating an omission in quoted prose
225(1)
(2) Indicating an omission in quoted poetry
226(3)
PART 7 SPELLING AND MECHANICS 229(28)
Chapter 26 Spelling
231(6)
26a. Understanding Spelling and Pronunciation
231(2)
(1) Vowels in unstressed positions
231(1)
(2) Silent letters
231(1)
(3) Words that are often pronounced carelessly
232(1)
(4) American and British spellings
232(1)
(5) Homophones
232(1)
26b. Learning Spelling Rules
233(4)
(1) The ie/ei combinations
233(1)
(2) Doubling final consonants
234(1)
(3) Silent e before a suffix
234(1)
(4) y before a suffix
234(1)
(5) Seed endings
235(1)
(6) -Able, -ible
235(1)
(7) Plurals
235(2)
Chapter 27 Capitalization
237(5)
27a. Capitalizing the First Word of a Sentence
237(1)
27b. Capitalizing Proper Nouns
237(3)
(1) Specific people's names
238(1)
(2) Names of particular structures, special events, monuments, vehicles, and so on
238(1)
(3) Places, geographical regions, and directions
238(1)
(4) Days of the week, months of the year, and holidays
238(1)
(5) Historical periods, events, and documents; names of legal cases and awards
238(1)
(6) Philosophic, literary, and artistic movements
239(1)
(7) Races, ethnic groups, nationalities, and languages
239(1)
(8) Religions and their followers; sacred books and figures
239(1)
(9) Political, social, athletic, civic, and other groups and their members
239(1)
(10) Business; government agencies; and medical, educational, and other institutions
239(1)
(11) Trade names and words formed from them
239(1)
(12) Specific academic courses
239(1)
(13) Adjectives formed from proper nouns
240(1)
27c. Capitalizing Important Words in Titles
240(1)
27d. Capitalizing the Pronoun I, the Interjection O, and Other Single Letters in Special Constructions
240(1)
27e. Editing Misused and Overused Capitals
241(1)
(1) Seasons
241(1)
(2) Centuries and loosely defined historical periods
241(1)
Chapter 28 Itlics
242(3)
28a. Setting Off Titles and Names
242(1)
28b. Setting Off Foreign Words and Phrases
243(1)
28c. Setting Off Elements Referred to as Themselves
244(1)
28d. Using Italics for Emphasis
244(1)
Chapter 29 Hyphens
245(4)
29a. Breaking a Word at the End of a Line
245(1)
(1) Short syllables
245(1)
(2) Compound words
246(1)
(3) Illogical or confusing hyphenation
246(1)
29b. Dividing Compound Words
246(3)
(1) In compound adjectives
246(1)
(2) With certain prefixes or suffixes
247(1)
(3) For clarity
247(1)
(4) In compound numerals and fractions
248(1)
(5) In newly created compounds
248(1)
Chapter 30 Abbreviations
249(4)
30a. Abbreviating Titles
249(1)
30b. Abbreviating Organization Names and Technical Terms
249(1)
30c. Abbreviating Dates, Times of Day, Temperatures, and Numbers
250(1)
30d. Editing Misused and Overused Abbreviations
250(3)
(1) Latin expressions
250(1)
(2) Names of days, months, or holidays
251(1)
(3) Names of places, streets, and the like
251(1)
(4) Names of people, academic subjects, and business
251(1)
(5) Parts of books
252(1)
(6) Units of measurement
252(1)
(7) Symbols
252(1)
Chapter 31 Numbers
253(4)
31a. Spelling Out Numbers Expressed in One or Two Words
253(1)
31b. Using Numerals for Numbers Expressed in More than Two Words
253(1)
31c. Using Numerals Where Convention Requires Their Use
254(3)
(1) Addresses
254(1)
(2) Dates
254(1)
(3) Exact times
254(1)
(4) Exact sums of money
254(1)
(5) Pages and divisions of written works
254(1)
(6) Measurements before an abbreviations or symbol and percentages, decimals, and frctions
255(1)
(7) Ratios, scores, and statistics
255(1)
(8) Identification numbers
255(2)
PART 8 RESEARCHING AND WRITING WITH SOURCES 257(48)
Chapter 32 Locating Sources for Research
259(11)
32a. Mapping Out a Search Strategy
259(2)
32b. Doing Library Research
261(5)
(1) Exploratory research
261(1)
(2) Focused research: Locating reference works
261(1)
(3) Focused research: Locating articles
261(1)
(4) Focused research: Using the library's electronic resources
262(3)
(5) Focused research: Locating books
265(1)
(6) Focused research: Using special library services
266(1)
32c. Doing Research Outside the Library
266(4)
(1) Conducting an interview
266(2)
(2) Conducting a survey
268(2)
Chapter 33 Using the Internet for Research
270(12)
33a. Understanding the Internet
270(1)
33b. Using the Internet
271(4)
(1) E-mail
271(1)
(2) Newsgroups
271(1)
(3) Listservs
272(1)
(4) FTP
273(1)
(5) Gopher
273(1)
(6) World Wide Web (the Web)
274(1)
33c. Searching the Web
275(3)
(1) Entering an address
276(1)
(2) Searching for key words
276(2)
33d. Evaluating Internet Sources
278(2)
33e. Selected Research Sites
280(2)
Chapter 34 The Research Process
282(13)
34a. Choosing a Topic
283(1)
34b. Doing Exploratory Research and Focusing on a Research Question
284(1)
34c. Assembling a Working Bibliography
284(2)
34d. Doing Focused Research and Taking Notes
286(6)
(1) Writing a summary
289(1)
(2) Writing a paraphrase
290(1)
(3) Recording quotations
291(1)
34e. Outlining, Drafting, and Revising
292(3)
(1) Outlining
292(1)
(2) Drafting
293(1)
(3) Revising
294(1)
Chapter 35 Integrating Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism
295(10)
35a. Integrating Your Notes into Your Writing
295(4)
(1) Integrating quotations
296(2)
(2) Integrating paraphrases and summaries
298(1)
(3) Synthesizing sources
299(1)
35b. Avoiding Plagiarism
299(6)
(1) Borrowed words not enclosed in quotation marks
300(1)
(2) Paraphrase too close to its source
301(1)
(3) Statistics not attributed to a source
302(1)
(4) Writer's words and ideas not differentiated from those of the source
302(3)
PART 9 DOCUMENTING SOURCES: MLA STYLE 305(38)
Chapter 36 MLA Documentation Format
309(34)
36a. Using MLA Format
309(17)
(1) Parenthetical references in the text
309(3)
(2) Works cited list
312(13)
(3) Content notes
325(1)
36b. Sample Research Paper: MLA Style
326(17)
PART 10 DOCUMENTING SOURCES: APA AND OTHER STYLES 347(20)
Chapter 37 APA and Other Documentation Formats
347(20)
37a. Using APA Format
347(8)
(1) Parenthetical references in the text
347(3)
(2) Reference list
350(5)
(3) Content notes
355(1)
37b. Sample Research Paper: APA Style
355(8)
37c. Using CBE Format
363(2)
37d. Using Other Documentation Styles
365(2)
PART 11 ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SURVIVAL SKILLS 367
Chapter 38 Developing Reading Skills
369(3)
38a. Previewing
369(1)
38b. Highlighting
370(1)
38c. Annotating
370(2)
Chapter 39 Writing Essay Examinations
372(4)
39a. Planning Essay Examination Answer
372(2)
(1) Consider your audience and purpose
372(1)
(2) Read through the entire examination
372(1)
(3) Read each question carefully
373(1)
(4) Brainstorm to find ideas
373(1)
39b. Developing a Thesis and an Outline
374(1)
39c. Writing and Revising an Essay Examination Answer
374(2)
Chapter 40 Writing about Literature
376(5)
40a. Reading Literature
376(2)
40b. Writing about Literature
378(3)
Chapter 41 Document Design and Manuscript Format
381(11)
41a. Document Design
381(6)
(1) Creating an effective format
381(1)
(2) Using headings
382(1)
(3) Constructing lists
383(1)
(4) Tables, graphs, diagrams, and photographs
384(3)
41b. MLA Manuscript Guidelines
387(2)
41c. APA Manuscript Guidelines
389(3)
Chapter 42 Writing for the Workplace
392
42a. Business Letter Format
392(1)
42b. Business Letter Style
393(1)
42c. Letters of Application and Resumes
394(3)
42d. Memos
397
PART 12 APPENDICES A-1
Appendix A Parts of Speech
A-3(7)
A1. Nouns
A-3(1)
A2. Pronouns
A-3(2)
A3. Verbs
A-5(1)
A4. Adjectives
A-6(1)
A5. Adverbs
A-7(1)
A6. Prepositions
A-7(1)
A7. Conjunctions
A-8(1)
A8. Interjections
A-9(1)
Appendix B Sentence Review
A-10(6)
B1. Basic Sentence Elements
A-10(1)
B2. Basic Sentence Patterns
A-10(2)
B3. Phrases and Clauses
A-12(2)
(1) Phrases
A-12(1)
(2) Clauses
A-12(2)
B4. Types of Sentences
A-14(2)
(1) Simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences
A-14(1)
(2) Declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences
A-15(1)
Appendix C Language Issues for International Students
A-16
C1. Nouns
A-17(2)
(1) Singular, plural, and noncount nouns
A-17(1)
(2) Using articles with nouns
A-18(1)
(3) Using other determiners with nouns
A-19(1)
C2. Pronouns
A-19(1)
C3. Verbs
A-20(3)
(1) Person and number
A-20(1)
(2) Tense
A-20(1)
(3) Auxiliary verbs
A-21(1)
(4) Choosing the simplest verb tense
a-21(1)
(5) Double negatives
A-21(1)
(6) Using verbs as nouns and adjectives
A-22(1)
C4. Adjectives and Adverbs
A-23(1)
(1) Position of adjectives and adverbs
A-23(1)
(2) Adjectives in a series
A-23(1)
C5. Prepositions
A-24(1)
C6. Word Order
A-25
(1) Standard word order
A-25(1)
(2) Word order in questions
A-25

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