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LaunchPad Solo for Real Reading and WritingLearningCurve ActivitiesActive and Passive VoiceApostrophesCoordination and Subordination CapitalizationCommasFragmentsMultilingual—Articles and Types of NounsMultilingual—PrepositionsMultilingual—Sentence StructureMultilingual—VerbsParallelismParts of Speech—Nouns and PronounsParts of Speech—Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs Parts of Speech --Prepositions and ConjunctionsPronoun Agreement and Pronoun Reference Run-On SentencesShiftsSubject-Verb AgreementVerb TensesWord Choice and Appropriate LanguageAdditional Grammar ExercisesChapter 15: The Basic Sentence: An OverviewIdentifying Parts of SpeechIdentifying SubjectsIdentifying the VerbChapter 16: Fragments: Incomplete SentencesIdentifying Complete ThoughtsCorrecting Various FragmentsCorrecting Fragments that Start with PrepositionsCorrecting Fragments that Begin with to + a VerbFragments ReviewChapter 17: Run-Ons: Two Sentences Joined IncorrectlyCorrecting Various Run-OnsIdentifying a Run-On or Comma SpliceCorrecting a Run-On by Adding a Comma and a ConjunctionChapter 18: Problems with Subject-Verb Agreement: When Subjects and Verbs Don’t MatchCorrecting Various Subject-Verb Agreement ProblemsCorrecting Subject-Verb Agreement Problems with the Verbs Be, Have, and DoCorrecting Subject-Verb Agreement Problems When the Subject and Verb Are Separated by aPrepositional PhraseCorrecting Subject-Verb Agreement Problems When the Subject and Verb Are Separated by a Dependent ClauseCorrecting Subject-Verb Agreement Problems with Compound SubjectsCorrecting Subject-Verb Agreement Problems When the Subject Is an Indefinite PronounCorrecting Subject-Verb Agreement Problems When the Verb Comes Before the SubjectSubject-Verb Agreement ReviewChapter 19: Verb Tense: Using Verbs To Express Different TimesUsing the Correct Verb Form for Regular Verbs in the Present TenseUsing the Correct Verb Form for Regular Verbs in the Past TenseUsing the Correct Verb Form for Regular Verbs in the Present Tense and the Past TenseUsing the Correct Verb Forms for Be and Have in the Present TenseUsing the Correct Verb Forms for Irregular Verbs in the Past Tense (1)Using the Correct Verb Forms for Irregular Verbs in the Past Tense (2)Using the Correct Forms for the Past Participles of Regular VerbsUsing the Correct Forms for the Past Participles of Irregular VerbsUsing the Present Perfect Tense (1)Using the Present Perfect Tense (2)Using the Past Perfect Tense (1)Using the Past Perfect Tense (2)Identifying Active and Passive VoiceCorrecting Problems with Consistency of Verb TenseUsing Consistent Verb TenseVerb Problems ReviewChapter 20: Pronouns: Using Substitutes for NounsIdentifying Pronouns (1)Identifying Pronouns (2)Identifying Pronouns (3)Using Indefinite PronounsMaking Pronouns Agree with Indefinite Pronouns and Collective NounsMaking Pronouns Agree with Indefinite PronounsUsing Collective Nouns and PronounsMaking Pronouns Agree with Collective NounsUsing the Right Type of Pronoun with Compound Subjects and ObjectsEditing Pronouns in Compound ConstructionsUsing the Right Type of Pronoun in ComparisonsEditing Pronouns in ComparisonsChoosing Between Who and Whom (1)Choosing Between Who and Whom (2)Making Pronouns Consistent in Person Chapter 21: Adjectives and Adverbs: Using Descriptive WordsChoosing Between Adjectives and Adverbs Choosing Between Adjective and Adverb Forms Using Comparatives and Superlatives Using Comparative and Superlative Forms Using Good, Well, Bad, and BadlyUsing Good and WellUsing Comparative and Superlative Forms of Good and BadChapter 22: Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers: Avoiding Confusing DescriptionsCorrecting Misplaced Modifiers (1)Correcting Misplaced Modifiers (2)Correcting Dangling ModifiersChapter 23: Parallelism: Balancing IdeasCorrecting Errors in ParallelismChapter 26: Vocabulary and Word Choice: Finding the Right WordUsing the Right Word (1)Using the Right Word (2)Chapter 27: Spelling and Commonly Confused WordsUsing the Six Spelling Rules (1)Using the Six Spelling Rules (2)Correcting Spelling MistakesChapter 28: CommasUsing Commas in a Compound SentenceUsing Commas After Introductory Word GroupsUsing Commas to Set Off Appositives and InterruptorsUsing Commas in Other Situations Chapter 29: ApostrophesUsing Apostrophes to Show Ownership Chapter 30: Quotation MarksUsing Quotation Marks for Direct Quotations and Certain TitlesPunctuating Direct and Indirect QuotationsUsing Quotation Marks for Titles (1)Using Quotations Marks for Titles (2)Chapter 32: Capitalization: Using Capital LettersCapitalizing
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