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English 3200 with Writing Applications: A Programmed Course in Grammar and Usage (College Series) [Paperback]

Joseph C. Blumenthal

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2 Jan 1994 015500865X 978-0155008656 4th Revised edition
ENGLISH 2200, ENGLISH 2600, and ENGLISH 3200 are the original programmed courses in grammar, usage, sentence-building, capitalization, and punctuation.

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1. Patterns of the Simple Sentence. 2. The Process of Compounding. 3. The Complex Sentence to Show Relationship. 4. Using Other Devices of Subordination. 5. Achieving Sentence Variety. 6. Recognizing the Sentence Unit. 7. The Smooth-Running Sentence. 8. Making Subject and Verb Agree. 9. Solving Your Verb Problems. 10. Using Adverbs and Adjectives. 11. Solving Your Pronoun Problems. 12. Skill with Graphics.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Best grammar book on sentence structure ever 23 Jan 2005
By J. Shum - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the best book on sentence structure ever. I wish I had this book when I was in school. I read alot of books on grammar and they never work for me. I usually forgot what I read after a day or two. I am an electrical engineer. Math and science are always my best subject while english is my worse.

This book show me how to combine simple sentences into compound and complex sentence. How to add adverb and adjective clause into the sentence to make it more meaningful. It show you the same example in many different ways. It is like doing algebra.

This book use a scientific approach. You will learn sentence structure and remember it for the rest of your life.
31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Our Native Tongue Preserved! 29 July 2001
By Lynn Karlet - Published on Amazon.com
As a journalism student many moons ago, English 3200 saved me from the fate of sixty percent of my peers. Back then, the majority of prospective journalism majors washed out of the College of Communication at my university. The reason? Any paper submitted for a grade with a spelling error, incorrect grammar, punctuation error, or improper formatting earned an automatic "C" with half letter grade deductions for subsequent errors. This book beefed up my English language skills in a hurry and I was able to graduate from the program cum laude. Today, our language has been deconstructed by a pervasive popular culture and educational apathy in public schools as students are �dumbed down� to the lowest common denominator. English 3200 fights back with a practical vengeance leaving its readers more articulate and fluent in our native tongue. As an adjunct college instructor, I am always distressed, but hardly surprised, to find many foreign-born students more fluent in English than native-born speakers and writers. This book, once completed from cover to cover, provides the proper guidance, as much as most of us will ever require, for expressing ourselves using our native tongue in correct and impressive form.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Grammar like you've never seen before 16 Oct 2003
By Donald Cameron - Published on Amazon.com
You can start anywhere, literally anywhere. Just open the book at any page and go; truly, it is that easy. I came across this book when taking an English Upgrade course in writing at the University of Toronto back in the 1970's - subjunctives, subordinate clauses, adverb clauses, appositives, punctuation, and on, and on, and on ... . My marks went from C's to A's.
The book eventually fell apart in my hands from the constant use and reuse as I referred to it when I needed it. I referred back to it all the time, simply because some of the topics are, to some extent, obscure and not easy to remember without constantly using them. Is your boss picking on you because you can't write? Are feeling out of the game because you can't get a handle on English grammar? - get the book (and use the book) and get your boss of your back and maybe impress your boss's boss as well.
I just ordered a new one, because my wife speaks English as a second language, and she will have no trouble using it what so ever.
It is a gem, a prize, and a wonder.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Programmed Learning At Its Best 9 Aug 2001
By Lucio DiLoreto - Published on Amazon.com
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From my college days, throughout my Naval career and even today I continue to use this wonderful book. The University of Kansas had an English Comprehensive Test that was required to be passed by all undergraduates prior to graduation. I failed this test on my first try. I simply had to pass the test the next time around. "English 2000" was recommended to me by one of my instructors. I passed the Comp Test and I have been using this book and later editions ever since. If you need any kind of help with English, this book is for you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better Than a Tutor 2 Jun 2002
By "mscarborough" - Published on Amazon.com
I used an earlier edition of this classic textbook in Junior High 28 years ago, and it is EXCELLENT. What makes it unique is the layout which actually resembles a computer based training format with instant feedback. I only wish more instructional books utilized this format. You WILL master english grammer with this book.
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