Broadview Pocket Guide to Writing - Canadian Edition

Broadview Pocket Guide to Writing - Canadian Edition

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STYLES OF WRITING: AN OVERVIEW Choosing the Best Words Be as Clear and Specific as Possible Watch for Redundancy Avoid Wordiness Watch for Missing Parts Choose the Best Verb Connect Your Ideas Clearly Paragraphing Joining Words Order and Weight Your Ideas According to Their Importance Watch for Ambiguity Illogical or Confused Connections Making Your Writing Consistent Agreement among the Grammatical Parts of Your Writing Watch for Mixed Metaphors Rhythm, Variety, Balance, and Parallelism CONTEXTS OF WRITING Academic Writing: Essays and Arguments From Topic to Thesis Statement The Nature of Argument Argument Structure and Paragraphing Your Arguments, Others' Arguments Styles and Disciplines The Language of Academic Writing Writing about Literature / Writing about Texts Writing about Science Writing in the Workplace Slang and Informal English The Social Context: Bias-Free Language Gender Race and Ethnicity, Class, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Disability, etc. Bias-free Vocabulary: A Short List GRAMMAR Basic Grammar: An Outline Parts of Speech Nouns Pronouns Articles Adjectives Verbs Adverbs Prepositions Conjunctions and Conjunctive Adverbs Parts of Sentences Subject Object Predicate Clauses and Phrases Parts of Speech and Parts of the Sentence Verbs and Verb Tense Difficulties The Infinitive The Simple Present Tense Subject-Verb Agreement Historical Present Survey of Verb Tenses Voice Mood Combining Verb Tenses: Some Challenges The Past Perfect Tense Combining Tenses-Quoted Material Irregular Verbs Dangling Constructions Noun and Pronoun Difficulties Singular and Plural Nouns Singular Pronouns Unreferenced or Wrongly Referenced Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns Adjectives and Adverbs Comparatives and Superlatives Incomplete Sentences (Sentence Fragments) Run-on Sentences EAL: For Those Whose Native Language Is Not English Articles (and Other Determiners) Frequently Used Non-count Nouns Continuous Verb Tenses Omission or Repetition of the Subject The Conditional Word Order PUNCTUATION The Period The Comma Commas and Non-restrictive Elements That and Which Extra Comma Commas and Lists The Question Mark The Exclamation Mark The Semi-Colon The Colon The Hyphen The Dash Parentheses Square Brackets The Apostrophe Contractions Possession Quotation Marks Other Uses of Quotation Marks Misuse of Quotation Marks to Indicate Emphasis Single Quotation Marks Direct and Indirect Speech Ellipses FORMAT AND SPELLING Capitalization Abbreviations Titles Academic and Business Terms Latin Abbreviations Numbers Italics Spelling Spell-Check Spelling and Sound American Spelling, British Spelling, Canadian Spelling Other Spelling Mistakes RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION Approaches to Research Avoiding Plagiarism Citation and Documentation Incorporating Sources Summarizing Paraphrasing Quoting Directly Formatting Quotations Adding to or Deleting from a Quotation Signal Phrases MLA Style About In-Text Citations About Works Cited: MLA Core Elements Examples MLA Style Sample Essay Page APA Style Incorporating Sources in APA Style Summarizing Paraphrasing Quoting Directly Formatting Quotations Adding to or Deleting from a Quotation Signal Phrases About In-text Citations About References APA Style Sample Essay Pages Chicago Style About Chicago Style Chicago Style Sample CSE Style CSE Style Samples GLOSSARY OF USAGE CORRECTION KEY INDEX
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