Life of Fred Language Arts Series: Dreams (High School)

Life of Fred Language Arts Series: Dreams (High School)

Publisher: Z Twist Books - Life of Fred
Author: Stan Schmidt
$19.00

The fourth book of the Life of Fred Language Arts Series. This series is language arts help for high school students.

  • Why kids don’t go to jail
  • Brackets, parentheses, and braces
  • Three ways to make a break in a sentence (commas, parentheses, and dashes)
  • How to type an em dash on a computer
  • Which words ending in –nger are pronounced with a hard g
  • Use of [sic]
  • Where to put the question mark(s) in Did he ask, “What time is it”
  • What to use instead of parentheses inside of parentheses
  • Twenty-six research doctorates and two professional degree doctorates
  • Ruminants and why horses are unlucky
  • Three uses of a dash
  • When a question mark or an exclamation mark can touch a dash
  • What not to say to little children, Metaphors
  • The only time a period can touch a dash
  • When acronyms lose their periods or their capitalization
  • Analogy
  • Emphatic form of a verb
  • Compound subjects, Compound verbs, Simple, compound, and complex sentences
  • Coordinating and correlative conjunctions
  • When to express numbers as words or as numerals
  • Conjunctive adverbs
  • Figurative language (comparison, degree, and association)
  • Two rules for making outlines
  • Parallel construction, Synecdoche
  • The difference between metaphor and metonymy
  • Allusions in writing
  • Good spelling implies high IQ
  • Inverse, converse, and contrapositive
  • Logical equivalence
  • The four times to use the passive voice
  • How to pronounce viz. e.g. and i.e.
  • Three keys to good writing
  • Unnecessary prepositions
  • How to write an essay
  • Plagiarism
  • Etymology
  • Two times you can use sentence fragments
  • Three uses of the slash mark (/)
  • Why we capitalize the pronoun I
  • Ellipsis

Hardback, ISBN 978-1-937032-17-3, 128 pages

Click here to view sample pages. 

Book Title Life of Fred Language Arts Series: Dreams (High School)
Publisher: Z Twist Books - Life of Fred
Author Stan Schmidt

The fourth book of the Life of Fred Language Arts Series. This series is language arts help for high school students.

  • Why kids don’t go to jail
  • Brackets, parentheses, and braces
  • Three ways to make a break in a sentence (commas, parentheses, and dashes)
  • How to type an em dash on a computer
  • Which words ending in –nger are pronounced with a hard g
  • Use of [sic]
  • Where to put the question mark(s) in Did he ask, “What time is it”
  • What to use instead of parentheses inside of parentheses
  • Twenty-six research doctorates and two professional degree doctorates
  • Ruminants and why horses are unlucky
  • Three uses of a dash
  • When a question mark or an exclamation mark can touch a dash
  • What not to say to little children, Metaphors
  • The only time a period can touch a dash
  • When acronyms lose their periods or their capitalization
  • Analogy
  • Emphatic form of a verb
  • Compound subjects, Compound verbs, Simple, compound, and complex sentences
  • Coordinating and correlative conjunctions
  • When to express numbers as words or as numerals
  • Conjunctive adverbs
  • Figurative language (comparison, degree, and association)
  • Two rules for making outlines
  • Parallel construction, Synecdoche
  • The difference between metaphor and metonymy
  • Allusions in writing
  • Good spelling implies high IQ
  • Inverse, converse, and contrapositive
  • Logical equivalence
  • The four times to use the passive voice
  • How to pronounce viz. e.g. and i.e.
  • Three keys to good writing
  • Unnecessary prepositions
  • How to write an essay
  • Plagiarism
  • Etymology
  • Two times you can use sentence fragments
  • Three uses of the slash mark (/)
  • Why we capitalize the pronoun I
  • Ellipsis

Hardback, ISBN 978-1-937032-17-3, 128 pages

Click here to view sample pages.