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Write Time, Write Place: Sentences and Paragraphs helps students build a solid foundation of college writing skills. The text presents structured, sequential instruction and a variety of features that stimulate thinking, enhance learning, and provide a context for writing.
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Table of Contents
PART¿I: Writing the College Paragraph
Chapter 1: ¿Writing in College
Chapter 2: Prewriting the College Paragraph
Chapter 3: Organizing and Drafting the Paragraph
Chapter 4: Revising, Editing and Proofreading the Paragraph
PART II: Paragraph and Essay Development
Chapter 5: Narration
Chapter 6: Description
Chapter 7: Process
Chapter 8: Illustration
Chapter 9: Comparison and Contrast
Chapter 10: Classification
Chapter 11: Cause and Effect
Chapter 12: Definition
Chapter 13: Argument
Chapter 14: Writing¿the College-Level Essay
PART III: Building Powerful Sentences
Chapter 15: Simple Sentences: Subjects, Verbs, and Objects
Chapter 16: Simple Sentences: Be and Linking Verbs
Chapter 17: Questions, Commands, and Here/There Patterns
Chapter 18: Compound Sentences
Chapter 19: Complex Sentences with Subordinating Conjunctions
Chapter 20: Complex Sentences with Relative Pronouns
Chapter 21: Correcting Sentence Fragments
Chapter 22: Correcting Comma Splices and Run-ons
PART IV: Building Verb Skills
Chapter 23: Present Tense and Present Progressive Tense
Chapter 24: Past Tense and Past Progressive Tense
Chapter 25: Present Perfect Tense and Past Perfect Tense
Chapter 26: Other Verb Forms
Chapter 27: Subject-Verb Agreement
PART V: Using Other Parts of Speech
Chapter 28: Nouns, Noun Markers, and Prepositions
Chapter 29: Pronouns
Chapter 30: Adjectives and Adverbs
Chapter 31: Other Modifiers
PART VI: Building Punctuation and Capitalization Skills
Chapter 32: Commas
Chapter 33: Semicolons and Colons
Chapter 34: Apostrophes and Quotation Marks
Chapter 35: Capitalization, Abbreviations, and Numbers
PART VII: Achieving Balance in Writing
Chapter 36: Consistency
Chapter 37: Parallelism
PART VIII: Reading
Chapter 38: Active Reading
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