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Using Hyphens with Compounds and Fractions
Use hyphens in compounds and fractions.
Using Apostrophes in Contractions and Possessives
Use apostrophes with contractions and possessives.
Using Quotation Marks
Use quotation marks with titles and quotations.
Correcting Capitalization 2
Use numbers correctly.
Correcting Subject-Verb Agreement 2
Make subjects and verbs agree in number.
Fixing Run-On Sentences
Correct run-on sentences.
Fixing Sentence Fragments
Fix sentence fragments.
Using the Right Word
Use the right word.
Combining Choppy Sentences
Combine sentences for better flow.
If I Were President
Think about being president.
Comparing Myself to a President
Compare yourself to a president.
If I Were a President's Pet
Imagine being a president's pet.
Elaborating with Supporting Details
Use a variety of details.
Capturing Readers' Attention
Use opening strategies.
Address opposing positions.
Defending Huck Finn
Defend a fictional character in court.
Assemble prefixes, roots, and suffixes.
Answering Objections in Arguments
Answer key objections to an argument.
Labeling Your Feelings
Calm your body and mind by voicing your feelings.
Using Signal Phrases
Smoothy integrate sources in your writing.