Speaking Writing Articles
Choice Of Words
In another place in this book advice has been given to ...
Sequence Of Tenses
When two verbs depend on each other their tenses must have a ...
The Subscription or ending of a letter consists of the term o...
Errors in ellipsis occur chiefly with prepositions.
Best Plays Of Shakespeare
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Past Perfect Tense
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Ten Greatest American Poets
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Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.
"Don't say, These kind; those sort. Kind and sort are each singular
and require the singular pronouns this and that. In connection with
these demonstrative adjective pronouns remember that this and these
refer to what is near at hand, that and those to what is more
distant; as, this book (near me), that book (over there), these
boys (near), those boys (at a distance).
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