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Table Of Contents

Future Perfect Progressive, 208
Grammatical Hierarchy, 213
Hyphenated Compound Words, 227
Hypothetical Questions, 229
Inductive Antonomasia, 239
Interrogative Pronouns, 244
Introductory Modifier, 327
Keyboard Terminology, 252
Midsentence Modifiers, 276
Nominative Absolutes, 284
Nondefining Relative Clause, 285
Noninherent Adjectives, 241
Nonrestrictive Clauses, 286
At the Beginning of a Sentence, 293
Elements of a Paragraph, 302
Paragraph Development, 303
Parallel Construction, 304
Past Perfect Progressive Tense, 309
Past Progressive Tense, 309
Phrases and Words to Omit, 317
Prepositional Phrase, 327
Present Simple Tense, 333
I: Nominative Case, Never an
They: Nominative Case, Never an
We: Nominative Case, Never an
Quotations within Quotations, 345
Quotations for Titles, 345
Quotation Marks and Punctuation, 345
Subject-Verb Agreement, 376
Subject-Verb Inversion, 380
Subordinating Conjunctions, 382
Symbols and Special Characters, 386
Visually Impaired, Blind, 417
Weights and Measures, 419
Acknowledgment Letter, 431
Business Letter Writing Style, 454
PowerPoint Presentations, 526
Questionnaires and Surveys, 551
Seasonal Correspondence, 586
Termination of Employment Letter, 602
AUDIENCE ANALYSIS
BUSINESS WRITING STYLE
PUBLICATION DESIGN
DOCUMENTING SOURCES
GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS
COLLABORATIVE WRITING
PROMOTIONAL WRITING
Titles Before and After Names
Mathematical Units and Measurements
Words Used with Numbers
Common Latin Terms
States and Territories
Things You Should Not Abbreviate
Spacing and Periods for Abbreviations
Guidelines for Using Abbreviations in Your Writing
Abbreviations for Measurements
Abbreviations for Numbers
Absolute Form of an Adjective
Adjectival Opposites
Placement of Adjectives in a Sentence
Viewpoint Adverbs
Ambitransitive Verbs
American English, British English
Base Form of a Verb
Basically, Essentially, Totally
Biased or Sexist Language
Biweekly, Bimonthly, Semiweekly, Semimonthly
Changes to Quoted Material
Digressions Within Parentheses
Book Titles and Their Subdivisions
Railroad Cars and Automobile Models
Churches and Church Dignitaries
Geographic Divisions
Government Divisions
Nobility and Royalty
Oceans and Continents
Planets and Other Heavenly Bodies
Chicano, Latino, Hispanic
Emphasis or Anticipation
Introductory Expressions
Other Transitional Words
Prepositional Phrases
Nonrestrictive Modifiers
Designating Dialogue
Transposed Adjective Order
Company and Product Names
Complex Prepositions
Compounding Sentence Elements
Hyphenated Compounds
Punctuation for Coordinating Conjunctions
Correlative Conjunctions
Coordinated Adjectives
Coordinating Conjunctions
Correlative Conjunction
Characteristics of Dangling Modifiers
Revising Dangling Modifiers
Dangling Participles
Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Declarative Sentence
Defining Relative Clause
Demonstrative Pronouns
Denominal Adjectives
Display, Monitor, Screen
Dollar and Cent Signs
Equally as Important
Exclamatory Sentence
Flesch-Kincaid Index
Foreign Words and Phrases
Future Perfect Progressive
Grammatical Hierarchy
Handicap, Disability
Hypothetical Questions
Inductive Antonomasia
Initialisms, Acronyms
Intensive Pronouns
Interrogative Pronouns
Introductory Modifier
Keyboard Terminology
Latino, Hispanic, Chicano
Literally, Figuratively
Mean, Median, Average
■ Initial modifiers
Midsentence Modifiers
See Misplaced Modifiers
Nominative Absolutes
Nondefining Relative Clause
Noninherent Adjectives
Nonrestrictive Clauses
Number Abbreviations
At the Beginning of a Sentence
Elements of a Paragraph
Paragraph Development
When to Start a New Paragraph
Paragraph Transitions
Parallel Construction
Past Perfect Progressive Tense
Past Progressive Tense
Phrases and Words to Omit
Prepositional Phrase
Present Perfect Tense
Present Simple Tense
I: Nominative Case, Never an Object
They: Nominative Case, Never an Object
We: Nominative Case, Never an Object
Pronouns and Antecedent Agreement
Quotations Within Quotations
Quotations for Titles
Quotation Marks and Punctuation
Restrictive Clauses
Sentence Types
Should, Would
Sign In, Sign Out, Sign On, Sign Up
Indicating Other Relationships
Software Menus and Commands
Spaces After Periods
Subject-Verb Agreement
Subject-Verb Inversion
Subordinating Conjunctions
Symbols and Special Characters
See Inside of, Within
ACKNOWLEDGMENT LETTER
Business Letter Writing Style
Business Letter Format
Corporate Resolutions
POLICIES, RULES, OR GUIDELINES
POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
Planning a Presentation
QUESTIONNAIRES AND SURVEYS
■ Memorandum report
SEASONAL CORRESPONDENCE
SPEECHES AND ORAL PRESENTATIONS
TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT LETTER
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