LOGICALLY STRUCTURED ENGLISH GRAMMAR (ED. 3): CUPRINSUL

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

LOGICALLY STRUCTURED ENGLISH GRAMMAR - ED 3TABLE OF CONTENTS
BRIEF HISTORY
FOREWORD
WHAT IS NEW IN THIRD EDITION
ABBREVIATIONS
CREDITS
INTRODUCTION

I1: PHONETICS
I2: MORPHOLOGY
I3: SYNTAX
I4: PUNCTUATION
I5: ABOUT ENGLISH GRAMMAR

PART 1: PHONETICS

ENGLISH PHONETICS
PH1: ENGLISH SOUNDS
PH2: VOWELS
PH3: SEMI-VOWELS
PH4: CONSONANTS
PH5: DIPHTHONGS AND TRIPHTHONGS
PH6: PRONOUNCING FOREIGN AND UNKNOWN NAMES

PART 2: MORPHOLOGY

M1: NOUNS
M1.1 CATEGORIES OF NOUNS
M1.2 THE NUMBER OF THE NOUN
M1.3 THE GENDER OF THE NOUN
  M1.3.1 The Gender of Common Nouns
  M1.3.2 The Gender of Proper Nouns
  M1.3.3 Expressing Nouns' Gender Analytically
  M1.3.4 Expressing Nouns' Gender using Personifications
M1.4 THE CASE OF THE NOUN
  M1.4.1 Nominative
  M1.4.2 Dative
  M1.4.3 Accusative
M1.5 GENITIVE
  M1.5.1 Synthetic Genitive
  M1.5.2 Analytic Genitive
M1.6 NOUN DECLENSION AND SYNTACTIC FUNCTIONS
M1.7 FORMING NOUNS AND EQUIVALENT NOUNS
  M1.7.1 Forming Nouns Using Derivation
  M1.7.2 Forming Nouns and Noun Equivalents Using Composition
  M1.7.3 Forming Nouns Using Grammar Category Conversion

RED LEAF RM2: ARTICLES
M2.1 READING ARTICLES
M2.2 NOUNS TAKING NO ARTICLE
M2.3 INDEFINITE ARTICLE
M2.4 DEFINITE ARTICLE
M2.5 IMPLICITLY PRESENT OR MISSING ARTICLE

M3: ADJECTIVES
M3.1 QUALIFYING ADJECTIVES
  M3.1.1 Qualifying Adjectives Working as Attributes
  M3.1.2 Qualifying Adjectives Working as Subject Complements
  M3.1.3 Qualifying Adjectives Working as Object Complements
M3.2 DETERMINING ADJECTIVES
  M3.2.1 Possessive Adjectives
  M3.2.2 Demonstrative Adjectives
  M3.2.3 Interrogative Adjectives
  M3.2.4 Relative Adjectives
  M3.2.5 Indefinite Adjectives
M3.3 COMPARING ADJECTIVES
  M3.3.1 Qualifying Adjectives: Superiority Comparison
  M3.3.2 Qualifying Adjectives: Equality Comparison
  M3.3.3 Qualifying Adjectives: Inferiority Comparison
M3.4 QUALIFYING ADJECTIVES IN COMPARATIVE SENTENCES
M3.5 FORMING ADJECTIVES
  M3.5.1 Forming Adjectives Using Derivation
  M3.5.2 Forming Adjectives Using Composition
  M3.5.3 Forming Adjectives Using Grammar Category Conversion
M3.6 PARTICULAR ADJECTIVES
  M3.6.1 Particular Adjectives: "much", "many", "long"
  M3.6.2 Particular Adjectives: "little", "small", "few"
  M3.6.3 Particular Adjectives: "first", "fore", "former"
  M3.6.4 Particular Adjectives: "last", "near", "next"
  M3.6.5 Particular Adjectives: "farther", "further"
  M3.6.6 Particular Adjectives: "out", "utter"
  M3.6.7 Particular Adjectives: "older", "elder"
  M3.6.8 Particular Adjectives: "each", "every"
  M3.6.9 Particular Adjectives: "all", "one"
  M3.6.10 Particular Adjectives: "some", "any", "no", "none"
  M3.6.11 Particular Adjectives: "this", "that", "these", "those"

M4: PRONOUNS
M4.1 PERSONAL PRONOUNS
M4.2 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
M4.3 REFLEXIVE AND EMPHATIC PRONOUNS
M4.4 DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
  M4.4.1 Demonstrative Pronouns: "this", "that", "these", "those"
  M4.4.2 Demonstrative Pronouns: "first", "last"
  M4.4.3 Demonstrative Pronouns: "former", "later"
  M4.4.4 Demonstrative Pronouns: "other", "others"
  M4.4.5 Demonstrative Pronouns: "one", "ones"
  M4.4.6 Demonstrative Pronouns: "same", "such", "so"
M4.5 INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS
M4.6 RELATIVE PRONOUNS
  M4.6.1 Relative Pronouns: "who", "which", "what"
  M4.6.2 Relative Pronouns: "that"
  M4.6.3 Relative Pronouns: "as"
  M4.6.4 Relative Pronouns: "but"
M4.7 RECIPROCAL PRONOUNS
M4.8 INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
  M4.8.1 Indefinite Pronouns: "all", "whole", "one"
  M4.8.2 Indefinite Pronouns: "some"
  M4.8.3 Indefinite Pronouns: "any"
  M4.8.4 Indefinite Pronouns: "none"
  M4.8.5 Indefinite Pronouns: "either", "neither"
  M4.8.6 Indefinite Pronouns: "other", "others"
  M4.8.7 Indefinite Pronouns: "each", "every"
  M4.8.8 Indefinite Pronouns: "both", "certain", "several"
  M4.8.9 Indefinite Pronouns: Impersonal "you", "he", "it", "we", "they"

RED LEAF RM5: NUMERALS
M5.1 CARDINAL NUMERALS
M5.2 ORDINAL NUMERALS
M5.3 FRACTIONAL NUMERALS
  M5.3.1 Common Fraction
  M5.3.2 Decimal Fraction
M5.4 COLLECTIVE NUMERALS
M5.5 MULTIPLICATIVE NUMERALS
M5.6 DISTRIBUTIVE NUMERALS
M5.7 ADVERBIAL NUMERALS
M5.8 INDEFINITE NUMERALS
M5.9 WORKING WITH NUMERALS
  M5.9.1 Types of Numbers
  M5.9.2 Addition and Subtraction
  M5.9.3 Multiplication, Division, and Exponentiation
  M5.9.4 Idiomatic Numeral Expressions
M5.10 TECHNICAL NUMERALS
M5.11 ROMAN NUMERALS
M5.12 SYMBOLS OF THE LATIN ALPHABET

LOGICALLY STRUCTURED ENGLISH GRAMMAR - ED 3M6: VERBS
M6.1 CATEGORIES OF VERBS
  M6.1.1 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
  M6.1.2 The Aspect of the Verb
  M6.1.3 The Voice of the Verb
  M6.1.4 The Number of the Verb
  M6.1.5 The Person of the Verb
  M6.1.6 The Mood of the Verb
  M6.1.7 The Tense of the Verb
  M6.1.8 Principal, Auxiliary, and Modal Defective Verbs
  M6.1.9 Regular and Irregular Verbs
M6.2 VERB FORMS CHARTS
  M6.2.1 Verb Forms Chart: Common Aspect, Active Voice
  M6.2.2 Verb Forms Chart: Common Aspect, Passive Voice
  M6.2.3 Verb Forms Chart: Continuous Aspect, Active Voice
  M6.2.4 Verb Forms Chart: Continuous Aspect, Passive Voice
M6.3 PERSONAL MOODS
  M6.3.1 Indicative: Present
    M6.3.1.1 Present Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.1.2 Present Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.1.3 Present Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.1.4 Present Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Passive Voice

  M6.3.2 Indicative: Past
    M6.3.2.1 Past Tense Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.2.2 Past Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.2.3 Past Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.2.4 Past Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Passive Voice

  M6.3.3 Indicative: Future
    M6.3.3.1 Future Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.3.2 Future Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.3.3 Future Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.3.4 Indicative: Present Perfect
    M6.3.4.1 Present Perfect Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.4.2 Present Perfect Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.4.3 Present Perfect Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.3.5 Indicative: Past Perfect
    M6.3.5.1 Past Perfect Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.5.2 Past Perfect Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.5.3 Past Perfect Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.3.6 Indicative: Future Perfect
    M6.3.6.1 Future Perfect Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.6.2 Future Perfect Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.6.3 Future Perfect Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

 
RED LEAF RM6.3.7 Indicative: Future in the Past
    M6.3.7.1 Future in the Past Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.7.2 Future in the Past Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.7.3 Future in the Past Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.3.8 Indicative: Future Perfect in the Past
    M6.3.8.1 Future Perfect in the Past Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.8.2 Future Perfect in the Past Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.8.3 Future Perfect in the Past Indicative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.3.9 Subjunctive: Present
    M6.3.9.1 Present Subjunctive, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.9.2 Present Subjunctive, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.9.3 Present Subjunctive, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.9.4 Present Subjunctive, Continuous Aspect, Passive Voice

  M6.3.10 Subjunctive: Perfect
    M6.3.10.1 Perfect Subjunctive, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.10.2 Perfect Subjunctive, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.10.3 Perfect Subjunctive, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice
  
M6.3.11 Old-Form Subjunctive and Subjunctive Equivalents
  M6.3.12 Conditional: Present
    M6.3.12.1 Present Conditional, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.12.2 Present Conditional, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.12.3 Present Conditional, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.12.4 Present Conditional Equivalents

  M6.3.13 Conditional: Perfect
    M6.3.13.1 Perfect Conditional, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.13.2 Perfect Conditional, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.13.3 Perfect Conditional, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.13.4 Perfect Conditional Equivalents

  M6.3.14 Imperative: Present
    M6.3.14.1 Present Imperative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.3.14.2 Present Imperative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.3.14.3 Present Imperative, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.3.15 Common Contractions
RAM 2M6.4 IMPERSONAL MOODS
  M6.4.1 Infinitive: Present
    M6.4.1.1 Present Infinitive, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.4.1.2 Present Infinitive, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.4.1.3 Present Infinitive, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.4.2 Infinitive: Perfect
    M6.4.2.1 Perfect Infinitive, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.4.2.2 Perfect Infinitive, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.4.2.3 Perfect Infinitive, Continuous Aspect, Active Voice

  M6.4.3 Participle: Present
    M6.4.3.1 Present Participle, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.4.3.2 Present Participle, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.4.3.3 The "-ing" Form

  M6.4.4 Participle: Past
    M6.4.4.1 Past Participle, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.4.4.2 Past Participle, Common Aspect, Passive Voice

  M6.4.5 Participle: Perfect
    M6.4.5.1 Perfect Participle, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.4.5.2 Perfect Participle, Common Aspect, Passive Voice

 
RED LEAF RM6.4.6 Gerund: Present
    M6.4.6.1 Present Gerund, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.4.6.2 Present Gerund, Common Aspect, Passive Voice
    M6.4.6.3 Differentiating Present Gerund and Present Participle

  M6.4.7 Gerund: Perfect
    M6.4.7.1 Perfect Gerund, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.4.7.2 Perfect Gerund, Common Aspect, Passive Voice

M6.5 IRREGULAR VERBS
    M6.5.1 Irregular Verbs List
    M6.5.2 Difficult Verbs
M6.6 AUXILIARY VERBS
  M6.6.1 Auxiliary Verbs: "to be"
    M6.6.1.1 Verb Forms Charts: "to be"
    M6.6.1.2 Using "to be"

  M6.6.2 Auxiliary Verbs: "to have"
    M6.6.2.1 Verb Forms Charts: "to have"
    M6.6.2.2 Using "to have"

  M6.6.3 Auxiliary Verbs: "to do"
  M6.6.4 Auxiliary Verbs: "to let"
M6.7 MODAL DEFECTIVE VERBS
  M6.7.1 Modal Defective Verbs: Characteristics
    M6.7.1.1 Modal Defective Verbs: Conjugations
    M6.7.1.2 Modal Defective Verbs: General Characteristics

  M6.7.2 Modal Defective Verbs: "shall", "should"
  M6.7.3 Modal Defective Verbs: "will", "would"
  M6.7.4 Modal Defective Verbs: "can", "could"
  M6.7.5 Modal Defective Verbs: "may", "might"
  M6.7.6 Modal Defective Verbs: "must", "ought to"
    M6.7.6.1 Modal Defective "must"
    M6.7.6.2 Modal Defective "ought to"

  M6.7.7 Other Auxiliaries and Modal Defective Verbs
    M6.7.7.1 Semi-Modal Defective Verbs
    M6.7.7.2 Semi-Auxiliary Verbs
    M6.7.7.3 Near Future Indicative: Arguments Pro and Contra

  M6.7.8 Indicative: Near Future
    M6.7.8.1 Near Future Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.7.8.2 Near Future Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice

  M6.7.9 Indicative: Near Future in the Past
    M6.7.9.1 Near Future in the Past Indicative, Common Aspect, Active Voice
    M6.7.9.2 Near Future in the Past Indicative, Common Aspect, Passive Voice

M6.8 FORMING VERBS
  M6.8.1 Forming Verbs Using Derivation
  M6.8.2 Forming Verbs Using Grammar Category Conversion
  M6.8.3 Forming Verbs using "Compounding Verbs" Method
  M6.8.4 Forming Complex Verbs
  M6.8.5 Forming Equivalent Verbs
  M6.8.6 Onomatopoeic Verbs
RED LEAF
LOGICALLY STRUCTURED ENGLISH GRAMMAR - ED 3M7: ADVERBS
M7.1 TYPES OF ADVERBS
M7.2 VERBS WITH ADVERBIAL PARTICLE
  M7.2.1 Adverbial Particle
  M7.2.2 Verbs with Adverbial Particle
M7.3 QUALIFYING ADVERBS OF MANNER
  M7.3.1 Adverbs of Manner
  M7.3.2 Adverbs of Quality
  M7.3.3 Intensifier Adverbs
  M7.3.4 Adverbs of Affirmation, Negation, and Probability
  M7.3.5 Adverbs of Restriction
  M7.3.6 Explanatory Adverbs
  M7.3.7 Adverbs of Quantity, Amount, Degree
  M7.3.8 Introductory Adverbs
7.4 ADVERBS OF TIME, PLACE, CASE, AND DETERMINING
  M7.4.1 Adverbs of Place
  M7.4.2 Adverbs of Time
  M7.4.3 Adverbs of Cause, Reason, Result
  M7.4.4 Pronominal Adverbs
M7.5 PARTICULAR ADVERBS
  M7.5.1 Adverbs and Predicative Adjectives
  M7.5.2 Adverbs Having the Same Form as Adjectives or Nouns
  M7.5.3 Adverbs Having Two Forms
  M7.5.4 Particular Adverbs: "but", "still", "yet"
  M7.5.5 Particular Adverbs: "very", "much"
  M7.5.6 Particular Adverbs: "the", "there", "too"
  M7.5.7 Particular Adverbs: "hardly ... when", "no sooner ... than", "just now"
  M7.5.8 Particular Adverbs: "ago", "since", "before", "besides"
M7.6 COMPARING ADVERBS
M7.7 POSITIONING ADVERBS
  M7.7.1 Positioning Adverbs of Manner
  M7.7.2 Positioning Adverbs of Time
  M7.7.3 Positioning Adverbs of Place
  M7.7.4 Positioning Other Categories of Adverbs
  M7.7.5 Split Infinitive
  M7.7.6 Positioning Many Adverbs
  M7.7.7 Positioning a few Particular Adverbs
M7.8 FORMING ADVERBS
  M7.8.1 Forming Derivate Adverbs
  M7.8.2 Forming Compound Adverbs

RED LEAF RM8: PREPOSITIONS
M8.1 COMPARING PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, ADVERBS
M8.2 TYPES OF PREPOSITIONS
  M8.2.1 Types of Prepositions
  M8.2.2 Placing Prepositions
M8.3 VERBS WITH PREPOSITION
M8.4 VERBS WITH ADVERBIAL PARTICLE AND PREPOSITION
M8.5 USING PREPOSITIONS

M9: CONJUNCTIONS
M9.1 TYPES OF CONJUNCTIONS
M9.2 SENTENCE ELEMENTS WORKING AS EQUIVALENT CONJUNCTIONS
M9.3 PARTICULAR CONJUNCTIONS

M10: INTERJECTIONS

PART 3: SYNTAX

S1: SENTENCE SYNTAX
S1.1 TYPES OF SENTENCES
S1.2 SUBJECT
S1.3 PREDICATE
  S1.3.1 Verbal Predicate
  S1.3.2 Nominal Predicate: Copula
  S1.3.3 Nominal Predicate: Predicate Complement
  S1.3.4 Nominal Predicate: Appositive Predicate
  S1.3.5 Complete Predicate: Predicate of Result
S1.4 SUBJECT-PREDICATE AGREEMENT
  S1.4.1 Subjects Taking Predicates in Either Singular or Plural Form
  S1.4.2 Plural Subjects Taking Predicates in Singular Form
  S1.4.3 Singular Subjects Taking Predicates in Plural Form
  S1.4.4 Compound Subject-Predicate Agreement
S1.5 ATTRIBUTES
  S1.5.1 Using Attributes
  S1.5.2 Positioning Common Attributes
  S1.5.3 Subject Complement Attributes
  S1.5.4 Object Complement Attributes
  S1.5.5 Appositions
S1.6 DIRECT OBJECT
  S1.6.1 Direct Object
  S1.6.2 The Cognate Object
  S1.6.3 Verbs with Two Direct Objects
S1.7 INDIRECT OBJECT
  S1.7.1 Indirect Object
  S1.7.2 Indirect Object Without Preposition
  S1.7.3 Indirect Object With Preposition
  S1.7.4 Predicates Taking both Direct and Indirect Objects
  S1.7.5 Retained Object
RED LEAF RS1.8 PREPOSITIONAL OBJECT
  S1.8.1 Prepositional Object
  S1.8.2 Comparison: Prepositional Object versus Prepositional Adverbial
  S1.8.3 Identical Prepositional Object and Prepositional Adverbial
  S1.8.4 Using Prepositional Object
  S1.8.5 Complex Object
S1.9 ADVERBIALS
  S1.9.1 Adverbial of Manner
  S1.9.2 Adverbial of Definite and Indefinite Time
  S1.9.3 Adverbial of Place and Momentum
  S1.9.4 Adverbial of Cause
  S1.9.5 Adverbial of Purpose
  S1.9.6 Adverbial of Condition or Supposition
  S1.9.7 Adverbial of Concession
  S1.9.8 Compound Adverbials
S1.10 STRUCTURING SENTENCES
  S1.10.1 General Sentence Structure
  S1.10.2 Accentuation
  S1.10.3 Resonance and Rhythm
  S1.10.4 Natural Declarative Sentence Structure
  S1.10.5 Natural Interrogative Sentence Structure
  S1.10.6 Subject-Predicate Order
  S1.10.7 The Order of Multiple Attributes

LOGICALLY STRUCTURED ENGLISH GRAMMAR - ED 3S2: COMPLEX SENTENCE SYNTAX
S2.1 ANALOGY TO MORPHOLOGY
  S2.1.1 Noun Subordinate Clauses
  S2.1.2 Adjective Subordinate Clause
  S2.1.3 Adverb Subordinate Clauses
    S2.1.3.1 Adverbial of Manner and Comparison Clause
    S2.1.3.2 Adverbial of Time Clause
    S2.1.3.3 Adverbial of Place Clause
    S2.1.3.4 Adverbial of Cause Clause
    S2.1.3.5 Adverbial of Purpose Clause
    S2.1.3.6 Adverbial of Result or Consecutive Clause
    S2.1.3.7 Adverbial of Concession Clause
    S2.1.3.8 Relative Clauses
    S2.1.3.9 Adverbial of Condition Clause

S2.2 CONDITIONAL COMPLEX SENTENCE
  S2.2.1 Conditional Clause: Real Action Verbs
  S2.2.2 Conditional Clause: Unreal Action Verbs
  S2.2.3 Tenses in Conditional Complex Sentence: Unreal Action Verbs
  S2.2.4 Reduced Conditional Complex Sentence
  S2.2.5 Reversing the order in Conditional Complex Sentence
  S2.2.6 Extended Conditional Complex Sentence
S2.3 ANALOGY TO SENTENCE SYNTAX
  S2.3.1 Subjective Clause
  S2.3.2 Predicative Clause
  S2.3.3 Attributive Clause
  S2.3.4 Object Clause
  S2.3.5 Prepositional Clause
  S2.3.6 Adverbial Clause
S2.4 COMPLEX SENTENCE SYNTAX ANALYSIS
  S2.4.1 Complex Sentence Syntax Analysis
  S2.4.2 Double/Compound Sentence Syntax Analysis
  S2.4.3 Multiple Sentence Syntax Analysis

RAM 2S3: THE SEQUENCE OF TENSES
S3.1 THE SEQUENCE OF TENSES: RULES
S3.2 EXCEPTIONS TO RULE 3
S3.3 ADDITIONAL EXCEPTIONS TO THE SEQUENCE OF TENSES RULES

S4: DIRECT AND INDIRECT STYLE
S4.1 TRANSFORMING DIRECT STYLE TO INDIRECT STYLE: GENERAL RULES
S4.2 INTERROGATIVE, EMPHATIC, AND IMPERATIVE SENTENCES IN INDIRECT STYLE
  S4.2.1 Transforming Interrogative Sentences to Indirect Style
  S4.2.2 Transforming Emphatic Sentences to Indirect Style
  S4.2.3 Transforming Imperative Sentences to Indirect Style

S5: INTERROGATIONS AND NEGATIONS
S5.1 INTERROGATIONS
  S5.1.1 Interrogations with "to be"
  S5.1.2 Interrogations with "to have"
  S5.1.3 Interrogations with Modal Defective Verbs
  S5.1.4 Interrogations with "All Other Verbs" Group
  S5.1.5 Confirmative Question
  S5.1.6 Rhetorical Question
S5.2 NEGATIONS
  S5.2.1 Negations with "to be"
  S5.2.2 Negations with "to have"
  S5.2.3 Negations with Modal Defective Verbs
  S5.2.4 Negations with "All Other Verbs" Group
  S5.2.5 Negative Interrogations
  S5.2.6 Double Negations
S5.3 "SOME", "ANY", "NO" IN AFFIRMATIONS, INTERROGATIONS, NEGATIONS
S5.4 USING SHORT ANSWER

PART 4: PUNCTUATION

P1 PERIOD
P2 QUOTES
P3 COMMA
  P3.1 Using Comma in Complex Sentences
  P3.2 Marking Subordinate Clauses
  P3.3 Isolating Appositions and Nominative of Address
  P3.4 Separating Multiple Attributes
  P3.5 Using Comma in Series
  P3.6 Using Comma in Vertical Lists
  P3.7 Using Comma in Interjections and Elliptic Constructions
  P3.8 Using Comma to introduce Direct Style
  P3.9 Using Comma to avoid Ambiguity
  P3.10 Main Mistakes in Comma Use
P4 SEMICOLON
P5 COLON
P6 EXCLAMATION POINT AND QUESTION MARK
  P6.1 Using Exclamation Point
  P6.2 Using Question Mark
P7 HYPHEN AND DASHES
  P7.1 Hyphen
  P7.2 Using the "en" Dash
  P7.3 Using the "em" Dash
P8 SOLIDUS AND POINTS OF ELLIPSIS
  P8.1 Using Solidus
  P8.2 Using Points of Ellipsis
P9 BRACKETS AND PARENTHESES
  P9.1 Angle Brackets
  P9.2 Braces
  P9.3 Square Brackets
  P9.4 Parentheses
RED LEAF RP10 APOSTROPHE
  P10.1 Using the Apostrophe in Synthetic Genitives
  P10.2 Forming Custom Plural Nouns without Apostrophe
  P10.3 Forming Custom Adjectives
  P10.4 Marking Phonetic Omissions

FINAL WORD
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