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Dear students, In this useful tool we will learn about grammar focus on writing
WE will learn about grammar
Grammars are the rules and conventions that govern how words can be put together to make meaning. Without grammar, a written text would be incomprehensible.
What do I need to know about grammar in order to write well?
Develop your rhetorical reasoning competencies so that you can identify the appropriate register for a specific rhetorical situation listen to the discourse of others and critically read the work of others from an editorial perspective in order to identify potential stylistic infelicities. Note: You may not be able to formally label specific grammatical errors, yet you can use your tacit sense of grammar, forged in the kiln of everyday speech, to identify speech and sentence patterns that don’t seem right. To employ the grammar of academic and professional discourse communities.
Grammar is necessary for:
Grammar does play a vital role in creative writing. Proper grammar is necessary for credibility, readability, communication, and clarity. Mastering grammar will allow you as a writer to make your work clearer and more readable; you will also have the freedom of making stylistic choices
Grammar is necessary for: Grammar does play a vital role in creative writing. Proper grammar is necessary for credibility, readability, communication, and clarity. Mastering grammar will allow you as a writer to make your work clearer and more readable; you will also have the freedom of making stylistic choices.
Grammar is our guide in writting.
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Recommended Books If you are interested in continuing to work on your grammar/vocabulary, I can recommend the following: 1. Grammar Troublespots: A guide for Student Writers by A. Raimes (Cambridge University Press, 2004). This is designed to help students identify and correct the grammatical errors they are likely to make when they write.
2. Oxford Learner’s Wordfinder Dictionary by H. Trappes-Lomax (Oxford University Press, 1997). This is an innovative dictionary, designed to help you in the process of writing – unlike a conventional dictionary, which helps you understand new words when you are reading
Dear learners, take into account this information for your writings.