To identify the 8 parts of speech, and how to use them correctly.
Noun/pronoun agreement and pronoun cases (subjective, possessive, objective).
Verb usage, including subject-verb agreement, verb tense, and active versus passive verbs.
To recognize phrases and clauses, and how to punctuate each.
About punctuation marks and their use.
"I would recommend this course to anyone whose work demands a lot of writing. In the age of computers and work check, we forget the rules of grammar. This helped me return to understanding how structure and rule can be helpful in expressing ideas. Great course!" - David H.
About the Instructor
Carolyn Walker began writing at age ten, has been a published journalist, columnist and author for more than twenty-five years, and has worked independently as an editor. She also received her Master of Fine Arts in Writing in 2004 and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her book A Mother Runs Through It—a collection of her creative nonfiction—was released in 2001. Her fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry were published in the anthology At the Edge of Mirror Lake.
Carolyn’s journalism has won awards from the Suburban Newspapers of America, the Michigan Press Association, the Better Newspapers Association, and the Association for Retarded Citizens. She teaches writing at the college and university level, has taught writing workshops in local school districts, and is a member of Detroit Working Writers and Creative Writers in the Schools.
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