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The Basic English Grammar Rules eBook (PDF) By Daniel Scocco - 1 minute read Last year we had a series called “English Grammar 101,” where the basic grammar rules were covered. Many readers asked if it was possible to transform that series into an ebook. We thought that the idea was good indeed, and started working on it. Maeve edited the whole thing, adding examples and formating the sections. The ebook (in PDF format) is finally ready, with 34 pages of content. You can download it free of charge.
Below you will find the content of the e-book and the subscription form to request your download link. EBook Content Here’s a breakdown of the sections you will find in the eBook: Introduction Section 1: Sentences • The subject • Predicate • Praises and clauses • The object • The complement Section 2: Parts of speech • Noun • Pronoun • Adjective • Verb • Adverb • Preposition • Interjection • Conjunction In order to download the ebook you simply need to subscribe to DailyWritingTips email list. We only send out one email per week, on Tuesdays, and we only send useful content that will help you to improve your writing skills. Topics covered range from English grammar to punctuation and style. After subscribing your email address below you should receive the e-book download link within a couple of minutes. 55 Responses to “The Basic English Grammar Rules eBook (PDF)” • Rod on August 12, 2009 3:10 pm The ebook rules!!! The conjuring movie in hindi.
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English Grammar: the advanced guide. Finding the answers you are looking for is a simple task if you follow the chapter headings, unit headings and page references in this answer book. Use the search function (ctrl + f) in this PDF to find specific page references quickly and easily. This answer book may be used in conjunction with the.
Many thanks I’ve found it extremely useful and enlightening • Scott Brooks – How to Write an Ebook on August 12, 2009 4:36 pm Thanks for sharing a link to this ebook. I’ve heard that it is fantastic. I’ll check it out. • Paul Finch on August 12, 2009 6:10 pm You have a typo at the top of page five of the grammar eBook. Should be “subject.” Thought you’d want to know. Thanks, Paul • Daniel Scocco on August 12, 2009 8:37 pm @Paul, thanks for the heads up, I will fix it asap. • Paul Finch on August 12, 2009 10:40 pm No problem.