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owl.english.purdue.edu 85,317
en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
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bedfordstmartins.com 21,378
amazon.com 22,358,187
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English Works! Staff Manual
Daily Record Label. mail box label. name and title label on photograph. tutor/semester WA hanging folder. employment file label. Daily Schedule ...
English Works! Literature: Guide to Fiction
characterization; theme; point of view. first person; third person. omniscient; limited; objective. social and economic factors; symbolism; irony ...
English Works! MLA Style Paper
Sample MLA Research Paper: Tutoring College Students with AD(HD). We have all heard of the schoolboy who doesn’t know how to stay in his seat at school; ...
English Works!: Essays
The descriptive essay provides details about how something looks, feels, ... Generally the narrative essay is conversational in style, and tells of a ...
English Works!: Essays
An essay is a short piece of writing that discusses, describes or analyzes one ... Generally the narrative essay is conversational in style, and tells of a ...
English Works! Reading Exercises
Traditional Reading Practice (main idea, details, and inference) Adapted from Interesting Deaf Americans. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University. ...
Identifying Subjects: Exercise 02 (by Andrea Shettle) Identify the ...
Identifying Subjects: Exercise 01 (by Andrea Shettle) Identify the ...
English Works! Grammar Exercises
Identifying Subjects 2. red dot Identifying Subjects 3 ... Exercise #2: Subject/Verb Agreement. red dot Crossword Exercise #3: Subject/Verb Agreement ...
Identifying Parts of Speech (by Andrea Shettle) Identify the part ...
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