THE GRAMMAR 5 HANDBOOK

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The Grammar 5 Handbook

Author : Sara Wernham
ISBN : 1844144089
Genre : English language
File Size : 32.92 MB
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The Grammar 5 Handbook follows on from The Grammar 4 Handbook. It provides a full year's worth lessons for teaching grammar, spelling and punctuation to children aged 9+. It provides: * Practical advice and ideas for teaching * Step-by-step lesson plans and notes for the teacher *Continues to introduce new grammar elements * 36 structured grammar and punctuation lessons * 36 spelling lessons * Revision and extension of The Grammar 4 Handbook * Photocopiable activities * Fun actions for the grammar points Topics covered include: * Sentence Walls ?* Simple and continuous tenses ?* Contractions and the verb 'to have' ? * Adverb placement in sentences ? ?* Proofreading ?* Prepositional phrases ?* Compound subjects and objects ?* Transitive and Intransitive verbs ?* The order of adjectives?* Adverbs of manner, degree & place, time & frequency* Irregular plurals?* Parenthesis?* Homophones?* Antonyms and synonyms
Category: English language

The Grammar 5 Handbook In Print Letters

Author : Sara Wernham
ISBN : 1844144135
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A complete teaching resources for teaching Grade 5. Cover grammar, spelling and punctuation. Provides lessons plans and activity sheet for a complete year.
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Handbook Of Middle American Indians Volume 5

Author : Norman A. McQuown
ISBN : 9781477306659
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 77.93 MB
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This volume, the fifth in the Handbook of Middle American Indians, presents a summary of work accomplished since the Spanish conquest in the contemporary description and historical reconstruction of the indigenous languages and language families of Mexico and Central America. The essays include the following: “Inventory of Descriptive Materials” by William Bright; “Inventory of Classificatory Materials” by Maria Teresa Fernández de Miranda, “Lexicostatistic Classification” by Morris Swadesh, “Systemic Comparison and Reconstruction” by Robert Longacre, and “Environmental Correlational Studies” by Sarah C. Gudschinsky. Sketches of Classical Nahuatl by Stanley Newman, Classical Yucatec Maya by Norman A. McQuown, and Classical Quiché by Munro S. Edmonson provide working tools for tackling the voluminous early postconquest texts in these languages of late preconquest empires (Aztec, Maya, Quiché). Further sketches of Sierra Popoluca by Benjamin F. Elson, of Isthmus Zapotec by Velma B. Pickett, of Huautla de Jiménez Mazatec by Eunice V. Pike, of Jiliapan Pame by Leonardo Manrique C., and of Huamelultec Chontal by Viola Waterhouse—together with those of Nahuatl, Maya, and Quiché—provide not only descriptive outlines of as many different linguistic structures but also linguistic representatives of seven structurally different families of Middle American languages. Miguel Léon-Portilla presents an outline of the relations between language and the culture of which it is a part and provides examples of some of these relations as revealed by contemporary research in indigenous Middle America. The volume editor, Norman A. McQuown (1914–2005), was Professor of Anthropology at The University of Chicago. He formerly taught at Hunter College and served with the Mexican Department of Indian Affairs. He carried out fieldwork with Totonac, Huastec, Tzeltal-Tzotzil, Mame, and other tribes. The Handbook of Middle American Indians was assembled and edited at the Middle American Research Institute of Tulane University with the assistance of grants from the National Science Foundation and under the sponsorship of the National Research Council Committee on Latin American Anthropology.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Rea S Handbook Of English Grammar Style And Writing

Author : The Editors of REA
ISBN : 9780738667386
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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REA's Handbook of English Grammar, Style, and Writing is a must for students! The ability to write and speak correctly and effectively is a prerequisite for doing well in all subjects, including the physical and social sciences, math and the liberal arts. Writing and speaking skills become even more important when seeking a job and trying to succeed in a chosen career. This easy-to-understand, straightforward English handbook doesn't use the technical jargon usually found in English grammar books. Instead, our handbook provides hundreds of examples from which it is possible to easily see what is correct and what is incorrect in all areas of English grammar and writing. Practice exercises with answers follow each chapter. The handbook covers the following in detail: nouns, verbs, adjectives, paragraphs, composition, punctuation, spelling, and much more. Our handbook explains the basics of: * Rules and exceptions in grammar * Spelling and proper punctuation * Common errors in sentence structure * Correct usage (with 2,000 examples of correct grammar & usage) * Effective writing skills. All the English essentials you need to know are contained in this simple and practical book.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Business Grammar Handbook

Author : Scott R. Pancoast
ISBN : 9781590772492
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 52.49 MB
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The authors use excerpts from hundreds of actual business documents to test your writing skills and illustrate and correct the most common grammatical pitfalls executives must avoid. All examples are taken from real-life business and professional situations--actual memos, articles, annual reports and transcripts of national news reports. Short tests help you master the forty essential guidelines necessary for avoiding the most frequent business errors that occur in everyday business encounters. The Business Grammar Handbook provides simple-to-read, easy-to-remember instructions in clear layman's terms. These lessons are presented in a proven 'challenge the review' technique which is engrossing, surprising, and makes learning grammatical rules an enjoyable endeavor.
Category: Business & Economics

The Grammar Handbook 1 In Print Letters

Author : Sara Wernham
ISBN : 1844141705
Genre : Education
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For use the year after the Phonics Handbook. Photocopiable resource for introducing the rudiments of grammar and punctuation.
Category: Education

Grammar Handbook

Author : Dee C. Konrad
ISBN : 9781596471306
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 61.68 MB
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Combining review with practical exercises, this concise guide is designed to help students learn or refresh their knowledge of the basic tenets of English grammar. The pretest at the beginning and the posttest at the end help students discover their strengths and weaknesses and measure their progress. Sections cover parts of speech, special verb usage and verbals, punctuation, sentences, and style. Answers are provided at the conclusion of the book. Grades 7 and up. Good Year Books. 124 pages.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction