Get Your Free Writing Mechanics Resource Guide
At the core of good writing is proper grammar and writing mechanics. Unfortunately, getting English grammar rules to “stick” takes practice and repetition. However, you’ll need to know what the rules are before you can set out on mastering those foundational writing skills.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a “cheat-sheet” students could use for referencing all the key rules of punctuation, run-on-sentences, plurals, irregular verbs, and more? Now, there is! Time4Writing introduces a FREE Time4Writing Mechanics Resource Guide.
This printed guide can sit next to your student as they write and be a handy resource on how to fix or use:
- Run-On Sentences
- Comma Placement and Usage
- Capitalization Rules
- Commonly Confusing Words
- Irregular Verb Forms
- Plural Nouns
- Possessive Nouns
- Subject-Verb Agreement
- Verb Tense
To claim your free folder sign up for a Time4Writing course using the promo code: GUIDE18. Supplies are limited.
NOTE: This offer is only available to residents of the continental United States.
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