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THE PARAGRAPH
The paragraph may be defined as a group of sentences that are...

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN A NUTSHELL
All the words in the English language are divided into nine g...

THE PRONOUNS
Very many mistakes occur in the use of the pronouns. "Let you...

INTERJECTION
An interjection is a word used to express some sudden emotion...

SAYS II SAID
"Says I" is a vulgarism; don't use it. "I said" is correct fo...

DOUBLE NEGATIVE
It must be remembered that two negatives in the English langu...

TEN GREATEST AMERICAN POETS
Bryant, Poe, Whittier, Longfellow, Lowell, Emerson, Whitman, ...

CONJUNCTION
A conjunction joins words, clauses and sentences; as "John an...

Good Conversation Conclusion
Good conversation, then, is like a well-played game of whis...


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M.
N. Y.
PAST TENSE
FUTURE TENSE
INFINITIVES
PARTICIPLES
PRESENT TENSE
PRESENT TENSE
PAST PERFECT TENSE
PAST PERFECT TENSE
(PRESENT TENSE ONLY)
FUTURE PERFECT TENSE
PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
Discussion Versus Controversy
Good Conversation Conclusion
Gossip
Interruption In Conversation
Power Of Fitness Tact And Nicety In Business Words
The Talk Of Host And Hostess At Dinner
What Conversation Is And What It Is Not
What Should Guests Talk About At Dinner?
A GOOD LIBRARY
A OR AN
ADDRESS
ADJECTIVE
ADVERB
AM COMEHAVE COME
AND WITH THE RELATIVE
ARRANGEMENT OF WORDS IN A SENTENCE
ARTICLE
ATTRACTION
BEST PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE
BETWEENAMONG
BROKEN CONSTRUCTION
CAPITAL LETTERS
CHOICE OF WORDS
CLEARNESS
CONJUNCTION
DEFINITIONS
DICTION
DIVISIONS OF GRAMMAR
DOUBLE NEGATIVE
EACH OTHERONE ANOTHER
EACH, EVERY, EITHER, NEITHER
EATATE
ELLIPSIS
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ERRORS
ESSENTIALS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR
EXPRESSIVE OF WRITER
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
FIRST PERSONAL PRONOUN
FLEEFLY
FORMAL INVITATIONS
FURTHERFARTHER
GRAMMATICAL ERRORS OF STANDARD AUTHORS
HARMONY
INDISPENSABLE BOOKS
ININTO
INTERJECTION
KINDS OF STYLE
LAYLIE
LESSFEWER
LETTER WRITING
LETTERS
LOOSE PARTICIPLES
MASTERPIECES OF AMERICAN LITERATURE
MASTERS AND MASTERPIECES OF LITERATURE
NEITHERNOR
NOTES OF INTRODUCTION
OTHER AND ANOTHER
PAST TENSEPAST PARTICIPLE
PITFALLS TO AVOID
PREPOSITION
PREPOSITIONS AND THE OBJECTIVE CASE
PRONOUN
PROPRIETY
PUNCTUATION
PURITY
REQUIREMENTS OF SPEECH
RISERAISE
SAYS II SAID
SENTENCE CLASSIFICATION
SEQUENCE OF PERSON
SEQUENCE OF TENSES
SIMPLICITY
STRENGTH
SUBSCRIPTION
SUGGESTIONS
SUMMONSUMMONS
SYLLABLES AND WORDS
TEN GREATEST AMERICAN POETS
TEN GREATEST ENGLISH ESSAYISTS
TEN GREATEST ENGLISH POETS
THAT FOR SO
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN A NUTSHELL
THE HEADING
THE PARAGRAPH
THE PARTS OF SPEECH
THE PRONOUNS
THE SENTENCE
THE SPLIT INFINITIVE
THE VERB
THESETHOSE
THIS MUCHTHUS MUCH
THREE ESSENTIALS
THROUGHTHROUGHOUT
UNDENIABLEUNEXCEPTIONABLE
VOCATION AND AVOCATION
WASWERE
WRITING FOR NEWSPAPERS
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