HIGH SCHOOL English Grammar & Composition By WREN & MARTIN PDF Download

CONTENTS BOOK I.

GRAMMAR CHAPTER — PAGES

1. THE SENTENCE — 1

2. SUBJECT AND PREDICATE — 1

3. THE PHRASE AND THE CLAUSE — 2

4. PARTS OF SPEECH — 3

5. THE NOUN: KINDS OF NOUNS — 5

6. THE NOUN: GENDER — 8

7. THE NOUN: NUMBER — 10

8. THE NOUN: CASE — 15

9. THE ADJECTIVE — 19

10. COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES — 24

11. ADJECTIVES USED AS NOUNS — 33

12. POSITION OF THE ADJECTIVES — 34

13. THE CORRECT USE OF SOME ADJECTIVES — 34

14. ARTICLES — 37

15. PERSONAL PRONOUNS — 43

16. REFLEXIVE AND EMPHATIC PRONOUNS — 48

17. DEMONSTRATIVE, INDEFINITE AND DISTRIBUTIVE PRONOUNS — 49

I8. RELATIVE PRONOUNS — 52

19. INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS — 62

20. THE VERB — 65

21. VERBS OF INCOMPLETE PREDICATION — 68

22. ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE — 70

23. MOOD — 75

24. TENSES: INTRODUCTION — 78

25. THE USES OF THE PRESENT AND PAST TENSES — 81

26. THE FUTURE — 86

27. THE VERB: PERSON AND NUMBER — 88

28. THE INFINITIVE — 90

29. THE PARTICIPLE — 93

30. THE GERUND — 99

31. IRREGULAR VERBS — 102

32. AUXILIARIES AND MODALS — 109

33. CONJUGATION OF THE VERB LOVE — 115

34. THE ADVERB — 118

35. COMPARISON OF ADVERBS — 123

36. FORMATION OF ADVEBS — 124

37. POSITION OF ADVERBS — 125

38. THE PREPOSITION — 127

39. WORDS FOLLOWED BY PREPOSITIONS — 136

40. THE CONJUNCTION — 149

41. SOME CONJUNCTIONS AND THEIR USES — 157

42. THE INTERJECTION — 163

43. THE SAME WORD USED AS DIFFERENT PARTS OF SPEECH — 163

BOOK II. COMPOSITION PART I ANALYSIS, TRANSFORMATION AND SYNTHESIS

1. ANALYSIS OF SIMPLE SENTENCES — 169-178 Exercise 1-7 — 170 Page v

2. PHRASES — 179-185 Adjective Phrases — 179 Exercises 8-12 — 179 Adverb Phrases — 181 Exercises 13-19 — 182 Noun Phrases — 184 Exercises 20-22 — 184

3. CLAUSES — 185-193 Adverb Clauses — 185 Exercises 23-26 — 186 Adjective Clauses — 188 Exercises 27-30 — 188 Noun Clauses — 190 Exercises 31-34 — 190 Exercises 35-36 — 192

4. SENTENCES: SIMPLE, COMPOUND AND COMPLEX — 193-196 Exercise 37 — 195

5. MORE ABOUT NOUN CLAUSES — 196-198 Exercises 38-39 — 197

6. MORE ABOUT ADJECTIVE CLAUSES — 198-201 Exercises 40-42 — 200

7. MORE ABOUT ADVERB CLAUSES — 201-208 Adverb clauses of Time — 201 Exercise 43 — 201 Adverb clauses of Place — 201 Exercise 44 — 202 Adverb Clauses of Purpose — 202 Exercise 45 — 202 Adverb Clauses of Cause or Reason — 202 Exercise 46 — 202 Adverb Clauses of Condition — 202 Exercise 47 — 203 Adverb Clauses of Result and Consequence — 203 Exercise 48 — 204 Adverb Clauses of Comparison — 204 Exercises 49-50 — 204 Adverb Clauses of Supposition or Concession — 204 Exercise 51 — 205 Exercises 52-55 — 205

8. ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SENTENCES (Clause Analysis) — 208-211 Exercise 56 — 210

9. ANALYSIS OF COMPOUND SENTENCES (Clause Analysis) — 211-215 Exercise 57 — 213 Exercise 58 (Miscellaneous) — 214

10. TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES — 215-223 Sentences containing the Adverb “too” — 215 Exercise 59 — 215 Interchange of the Degrees of Comparison — 216 Exercise 60 — 216 Interchange of Active and Passive Voice — 217 Exercises 61-63 — 218 Interchange of Affirmative and Negative sentences — 219 Exercises 64-65 — 219 Interchange of Interrogative and Assertive sentences — 220 Exercises 66-67 — 220 Interchange of Exclamatory and Assertive sentences– 221 Exercises 68-69 — 221 Page vi Interchange of one Part of Speech for another — 221 Exercise 70 — 222

11. TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (Contd.) — 223-239 Conversion of Simple sentences to Compound (Double) sentences — 223 Exercises 71-72 — 223 Conversion of Compound (Double) sentences to Simple sentences — 224 Exercises 73-74 — 225 Conversion of Simple sentences to Complex — 226 Exercises 75-78 — 227 Conversion of Complex sentences to Simple sentences — 230 Exercises 79-82 — 230 Conversion of Compound sentences to Complex — 235 Exercises 83-84 — 235 Conversion of Complex sentences to Compound — 237 Exercises 85-86 — 237 Exercise 87 (Miscellaneous) — 239

12. SYNTHESIS OF SENTENCES — 240-246 Combination of two or more Simple sentences into a single Simple sentence — 240 Exercises 88-93 — 241 Exercise 94 (Miscellaneous) — 244

13. SYNTHESIS OF SENTENCES (Contd.) — 246-248 Combination of two or more Simple sentences into a single Compound sentence — 246 Exercise 95 — 247 14. SYNTHESIS OF SENTENCES (Contd.) — 249-255 Combination of two or more Simple sentences into a single Complex sentence — 249 Exercises 96-100 — 250

15. THE SEQUENCE OF TENSES — 255-258 Exercises 101-103 — 256

16. DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH — 258-266 Exercises 104-109 — 261 PART II CORRECT USAGE

17. AGREEMENT OF THE VERB WITH THE SUBJECT — 267-270 Exercise 110 — 269

18. NOUNS AND PRONOUNS — 270-275 Exercises 111-114 — 273

19. ADJECTIVES — 275-278

20. VERBS — 278-282 Exercise 115 — 281

21. ADVERBS — 282-284 Exercise 116 — 283

22. CONJUNCTIONS — 284-285

23. ORDER OF WORDS — 285-287 Exercises 117-118 — 286

24. IDIOMS — 288-294

25. IDIOMS (Contd.) — 294-311

26. PUNCTUATION — 312-319 Exercises 119-122 — 316

27. SPELLING RULES — 319-320

28. THE FORMATION OF WORDS — 321-333 Page vii

29. FIGURES OF SPEECH — 333-344 Exercise 125 — 339 PART III STRUCTURES 30. VERB PATTERNS — 341-347 Exercise 126 — 347

31. QUESTION TAGS, SHORT ANSWERS, ETC. … 347-351 Exercises 127-130 349

32. MORE STRUCTURES — 351-354 Exercise 131 — 354 PART IV WRITTEN COMPOSITION

33. PARAGRAPH-WRITING — 355-358 Introductory Remarks — 353 Principles — 355 Examples — 356 The Writing of Single Paragraphs — 357 Exercise 132 — 358

34. STORY-WRITING — 359-363 Introductory Remarks — 359 Hints — 359 Specimen — 359 Exercise 133 — 360

35. REPRODUCTION OF A STORY-POEM — 364-367 Introductory Remarks — 363 Hints — 363 Specimens — 363 Exercise 134 — 366

36. LETTER-WRITING — 367-389 Introductory Remarks — 367 The form of Letters — 367 Classification of letters — 370 Social Letters — 370 Friendly Letters — 370 Specimens — 371 Exercise 135 — 372 Specimens — 373 Exercise 136 — 374 Specimens — 374 Exercises 137-139 — 375 Specimens — 376 Exercises 140-141 — 378 Notes of Invitations — 379 Specimens — 379 Business Letters — 380 Specimens — 381 Exercise 142 — 384 Letters of Application — 384 Specimens — 389 Exercise 143 — 385 Official Letters — 385 Specimens — 385 Exercise 144 — 386 Letters to Newspapers — 386 Specimens — 386 Exercise 145 — 387 Specimens — 387 Exercise 146 — 388

37. COMPREHENSION — 389-403 Introductory Remarks — 389 Specimen — 389 Exercise 147 — 390

38. PRECIS-WRITING — 404-420 Introductory Remarks — 404 Uses of Precis-Writing — 404 Method of procedure — 405 To Sum up — 408 Specimens — 408 Exercise 148 — 409

39. EXPANSION OF PASSAGES — 420-423 Introductory Remarks — 420 Method of procedure — 420 Specimens — 421 Exercise 149 — 422

40. ESSAY-WRITING — 423-436 Introductory Remarks — 423 Characteristics of a good School Essay — 424 Classification of Essays — 425 Hints on Essay-writing — 426 Method of Collecting Materials — 427 Bare Outline — 429 Full Outline — 430 Writing the Essay — 430 Specimens — 432 Exercises 150-151 — 435 41. AUTOBIOGRAPHIES — 436-438 Introductory Remarks — 436 Specimens — 436 Exercises 152-154 — 437

42. DIALOGUE-WRITING — 438-447 Introductory Remarks — 438 Method of Procedure — 439 Special Hints — 439 Specimens — 440 Exercises 155-162 — 445

43. THE APPRECIATION OF POETRY — 447-458 Introductory Remarks — 447 Specimens — 454 Exercise 163 — 456

44. PARAPHRASING — 459-470 Introductory Remarks — 459 Uses of Paraphrasing — 459 Characteristics of a good Paraphrase — 459 The Paraphrase of Poetry — 462 Special Hints — 464

Method of Procedure — 464 Specimens — 466

Exercise 164 — 467

APPENDICES — 471-482 Appendix -1 Differences between British and American English — 471 Appendix – II General Review of Grammar — 475

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