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1. Punctuation: Use and placement of commas, colons, semicolons, dashes, parentheses, apostrophes, and quotation, question, and exclamation marks.<br />Appendix A: ACT-Type Punctuation Question with Correction<br />
2. Grammar: Adjectives and adverbs, conjunctions, and agreement between subject and verb and between pronouns and their antecedents.<br />Appendix B: ACT-Type Grammar Question with Correction<br />
Appendix C: ACT-Type Sentence Structure Question with Correction<br />3. Sentence Structure: Relationships between/among clauses, placement of modifiers, and shifts in construction.<br />
Appendix D: ACT-Type Organization Question with Correction<br />4. Organization:Order, coherence and unity<br />
Appendix E: ACT-Type Strategy Question with Correction<br />5. Strategy: Appropriateness of tone in relation to audience and purpose; and strengthening of writing with appropriate supporting material.<br />
Benefits – English Language<br />6. Style: Precision and appropriateness in the choice of words and images, rhetorically effective management of sentence elements, avoidance of ambiguous pronoun references, and economy in writing.<br />
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