Junior High School English, Llibre 1

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TESTING SENTENCES BY MEANS OF THE DEFINITION
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FINDING TWO OR More SENTENCES WRITTEN TOGETHER
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CORRECTING THE ERROR OF RUNNING Two or More SEPARATE SENTENCES INTO ONE 6 FINDING AND CORRECTING RUNON SENTE...
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TESTING YOURSELVES IN AVOIDING RUNON SENTENCES
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DISCOVERING AMPUTATED PARTS OF SENTENCES
35
CORRECTING ERRORS IN WRITING AMPUTATED MEMBERS OF SENTENCES AS SENTENCES COPYING
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SEEING THAT EVERY SENTENCE IS EITHER DECLARATIVE OR INTERROGATIVE
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MARKING DECLARATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES COR RECTLY COPYING
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SUMMING UP WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED OF SENTENCES
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CULTIVATING GOOD HABITS OF WORKING AT COMPOSITIONS 1 REVIEWING WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT PREPARING A S...
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SEEING THE NEED OF GOOD FORM IN WRITTEN WORK
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MAKING A REVISION GUIDE FOR Good Form
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CORRECTING A STORY BY Your REVISION GUIDE
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PRACTICING PREVISION AND REVISION TEST THEME
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TELLING THE NEWS IN A LETTER 1 SEEING WHY A LETTER IS INTERESTING
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COPYING AN INTERESTING LETTER COPYING AND DICTATION
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PLANNING AND WRITING AN INTERESTING LETTER
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CRITICIZING IMPERFECT LETTER FORM
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TESTING THE CLASS FOR PERFECT LETTER FORM
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CLEARLY
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TESTING THE CLEARNESS OF DIRECTIONS
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NOTING THE EFFECT OF DEFINITE AND OF INDEFINITE NAMES
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FINDING CLEAR EXPLANATIONS AS MODELS
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STUDYING A CLEAR EXPLANATION COPYING OPTIONAL
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WRITING CLEAR EXPLANATIONS
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SUMMING UP WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT NOUNS AND PRONOUNS
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CHOOSING DETAILS FOR A PURPOSE
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SHOWING THE PURPOSE OF SOME PARAGRAPHS APHS 2 CHOOSING ACCORDING TO AN IMAGINARY PURPOSE
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CHOOSING ACCORDING TO A REAL PURPOSE
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CriticIZING THE CHOICE OF DETAILS FOR THE PURPOSE OF GIVING A DEFINITE PICTURE
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PICTURING WITH DETAILS WELL CHOSEN FOR A PURPOSE
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STUDYING AND MEMORIZING A POETS PICTURE FULL OF WELL CHOSEN DETAILS
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FINDING SENTENCE ENDS IN COPYING A DESCRIPTION FULL OF WELLCHOSEN DETAILS COPYING
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DESCRIBING ACCURATELY
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ILLUSTRATING THE VALUE OF ACCURACY
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SEEING THE VALUE OF ACCURATE OBSERVATIONS FOR ACCURATE REPORTS COPYING
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TESTING KEENNESS OF OBSERVATION
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FINDING CHARACTERISTICS WITH ALL THE SENSES 5 DESCRIBING ACCURATELY
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PREDICATING 1 UNDERSTANDING THE MEANING OF PREDICATE
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SEEING WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES MAKE YOU NOTICE DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS OF A THING
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THINKING OF MANY CHARACTERISTICS OF A PERSON OR THING
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NoticiNG AND PREDICATING DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS
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PREDICATING ACTIONS
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FINDING THE CHARACTERISTICS EXPRESSED IN SENTENCES
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ANALYZING THEM TO FIND THEIR ELEMENTS
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THE SUBJECT ELEMENT
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Two ELEMENTS OF THE SIMPLEST PREDICATE
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TELLING A STORY VividLY
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KEEPING THE TIME STRAIGHT IN TELLING A STORY
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THE LINKING OR ASSERTING ELEMENT IN EASY SENTENCES
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FINDING THE SENTENCE ELEMENTS IN SENTENCES OF DIFFER ENT PATTERNS
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TELLING A STORY VividLY AND KEEPING THE TIME STRAIGHT
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SUMMING UP WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED
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STICKING TO THE POINT
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CLASSIFYING VERBS
150
REPORTING ACCURATELY
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DISTINGUISHING Two KINDS
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INTERESTING DISTANT READERS IN YOUR REGION BY WELLPLANNED LETTERS EXERCISE PAGE 1 PLANNING LETTERS TO OTHE...
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LEARNING Two LAWS OF GOOD AMERICANS
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WRITING INTERESTING AND WELLPLANNED LETTERS TO Dis TANT READERS
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SENDING A GOOD MAIL ORDER 1 COMPARING A Good Mail ORDER AND A POOR ONE
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STUDYING SENTENCES ÎN BUSINESS LETTERS
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FINDING PREDICATE ELEMENTS of THREE KINDS
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FINDING THE SUBJECT SUBSTAN TIVE
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SENDING A Good MAIL ORDER
192
APPLYING FOR A POSITION
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DISCOVERING WHAT EMPLOYERS OFFER AND EXPECT
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Curing SOME OF THE WORST AILMENTS OF SPEECH
197
APPLYING FOR A JOB IN PERSON
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CAPITALIZING PROPER NOUNS
200
APPLYING FOR A JOB BY LETTER
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WRITING FROM DICTATION OR FROM MEMORY SOME WISE RULES FOR SUCCESS IN BUSINESS
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PUBLISHING A SCHOOL PAPER
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PLANNING AND OUTLINING A CLASS PAPER
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STUDYING CUTTINGS FROM SCHOOL PAPERS
210
EDITING AND PROOFREADING
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4 WRITING NEWS ITEMS FOR A PAPER
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IN AN INTERESTING
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IMPROVING EVERYDAY CONVERSATION
233
TELLING A STORY IN CONVERSATION
244
STUDYING VERB PHRASES OFTEN USED IN CONVERSATION
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PRACTICING AFFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE SENTENCES
263
ILLUSTRATING COÖRDINATION
269
MASTER
280
Studying the PARTS OF VERBS AND THE TENSE PHRASES
286
REVIEWING
292
APPENDIX A A SPEECH GAUGE
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CAPITALIZATION PUNCTUATION AND SPELLING
306
LETTERWriting
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APPENDIX E GRAMMAR
329
APPENDIX F OUTLINE AND PARAGRAPHS
381
APPENDIX G LARGER PROBLEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP
390
INDEX
397
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