(back cover) Understanding grammar fundamentals is a must when you take college entrance exams. This brush-up and review book will help you find correct answers and improve your verbal skill and fluency. It covers all aspects of grammar, with special focus on the 24 most common problems that show up repeatedly in students' answers on the SAT, ACT, and other exams. Among them are . . . Lack of parallel structure in sentence construction Incomplete sentences Incorrect choice of pronouns Faulty punctuation This book's sample questions with fully explained answers will help you spot grammatical errors quickly and answer test questions with ease and confidence.C A. Pronoun-antecedent agreement. Casinos is plural; it is singular. Use they. B. Same as A. D. Comma splice. A comma may not be used to separate two independent clauses. Use a period or semicolon instead. E. Pronoun reference.
|Title||:||Grammar Workbook for the SAT, ACT... and More|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2006|