WORDS TO WATCH grueling (4) tedious (4) strenuous (4) gregarious (12) bawdy (12) dyspeptic (12) impending (17) fatalism (19) impressionable (21) crescendo (29) anticlimactic (30) The conveyor-belt ladies were the migrant women, mostly from Texas, I worked with during the summers of my teenage years. EXAMPLE • I applied for a low-interest student loan. Continue revising your work until you and your reader can answer yes to all these questions. Mary, amused by the joke, told it to a friend. 8. Some employers are encouraging transportation alternatives and providing public transit incentives. I am 7. people appear 3. . Following are seven steps you can take to improve your spelling. Each answer will be a subject in the first space and a verb in the second. (The adjective tired describes the pronoun he.) Write an essay in which you discuss an activity that you are good at and that you enjoy doing. For example, I tagged [a] clip of my 12 seconds on Good Morning America with “boutin wired slate gma.” Whenever you play a YouTube clip, the page shows a halfdozen potential matches. So while you fly around in the heat of the oven, bring in the batter in the pan so we know exactly what your feelings taste like, so we may be a gourmet• of them: “Oh, it’s a pound cake, a brownie, a light lemon lan71866_ch36_p483-536.indd 526 1 2 3 4 5 9/4/09 1:51:15 PM Education and Self-Improvement 527 soufflé.”• That is what her feelings feel like. 9/4/09 2:13:52 PM Copyright © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Do not use a question mark after an indirect question (a question not in the speaker’s exact words). 14–16: On . • Mr., Mrs., Ms., Jr., Sr., Dr., when used with proper names: Mr. Rollin Ms. Peters Dr. Coleman • Time references: A.M. or AM or a.m. 9/4/09 12:27:46 PM CHAPTER 3 Four Steps for Writing, Four Bases for Revising 81 3. General: city problems Specific: overcrowding, pollution, ______________ , ______________ 10. 8. 2. Do other details occur to you? Keep in mind that, very often, the relationship among ideas in a sentence will be clearer when subordination rather than coordination is used. Answers are on page 629. A Special Relationship or Grandparents and Grandchildren 5. Do you agree with Her that it must have been “frightening” for her father to live with children who had adopted American culture and an American lifestyle (paragraph 5)? I spelled it under my breath, and it was just the way Bobby spelled it. I enjoy watching television I feel guilty about spending so much time in front of the tube. What are they listing? Some transgender people who desire medical assistance to transition from one sex to another identify as transsexual. The apostrophes indicate omitted letters and shortened spellings. b. in order to confuse the opponent. I waited for the bubble bath to foam and then slipped into the warm tub. Rule 3 Use subject pronouns after than or as when a verb is understood after the pronoun. c. was a college graduate. Upon reading their lists for the first time, Sister Helen’s students a. were silent and embarrassed. 483 Janny Scott How They Get You to Do That 492 Grant Berry A Change of Attitude 501 Beth Johnson Let’s Get Specific 511 lan71866_FM_i-xxiv.indd xvii 9/4/09 2:36:53 PM xviii CONTENTS B. J. Penn Stance 521 Natalie Goldberg Baking a Cake 525 Robert S. Feldman Why Go to College? Given up on BitTorrent because it feels like launching a mission to Mars? If I had the time to go to school full-time, I would finish my college degree, apply for a full-time accountant job, and study for the CPA exam. But today something deeper is also happening. Make sure to discuss each of the reasons you give. Reprinted by permission of Townsend Press. The frightened hamster darted from room to room finally, it crawled under a dresser. ABOUT SENTENCE SKILLS ✔ Is the point of view consistent? • The risk was embarrassing herself. Some dog owners let their dogs leave droppings on the sidewalk or in other people’s yards. 4. express a complete thought Activity 1: Correcting Dependent-Word Fragments (page 165) Activity 2: Combining Sentences to Correct Dependent-Word Fragments (page 166) 1. she’s you ⫹ will you ⫹ have ⫽ we ⫹ would ⫽ have ⫹ not ⫽ could ⫹ not ⫽ he ⫹ has ⫽ they ⫹ will ⫽ we ⫹ are ⫽ does ⫹ not ⫽ she ⫹ is ⫽ Forming Contractions ⫽ ACTIVITY 2 Write the contraction for the words in parentheses. The city bus was twenty minutes late on the day of my English final. This white space makes your paper more readable and leaves the instructor room for comments. The apartments on Walnut Avenue are a fire hazard. In paragraphs, too, explanatory examples help the audience fully understand a point. b. 5. To discover the approach you wish to take, think for a moment about the influence of reading throughout your lan71866_ch36_p483-536.indd 508 9/4/09 1:51:12 PM Education and Self-Improvement 509 life. Correct: The governor avoids making enemies. Later, in stores, I’d get the same reaction. “He won’t touch me anymore. This site is one of my favorites, thank you, Awesome site for students. You are the most wonderful woman I’ve ever met. Desmond, the writer of the previous paragraph, provided three reasons to support his opening point but not much else. pear 6. . 3. People buy groceries from that supermarket because you know it has the best prices in the area. “Seemed like the world was coming to an end,” she said. But if it is done carefully, this important final step will ensure that your paper looks as good as possible. Nobody wants Fascist-like ushers, yet that may be where we’re headed 27 of necessity. Not likely! • Other people arrive. 1 2 3 4 Dear Sir or Madam: Please consider my application for a job with your company. Writing a paper is a process that can be divided into the following steps: • Prewriting • Writing the first draft • Revising • Editing and proofreading Copyright © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. On my old car radio, a static sound come from every station but one. -s Copyright © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 2. 7. Your culture? What is one reason you consider this experience a success or failure? Goldberg talks a great deal about the need for detail in good writing. EXAMPLE The receptionist asked Kathryn, “Did you make an appointment?” The receptionist asked Kathryn if she had made an appointment. Highlights of the Second Edition Real Students Whether it is in the avatars (see the front cover foldout or jump online to meet a few) or the Writer’s Template activities, Exploring Writing emphasizes meaningful writing across the curriculum and throughout life. b. the conveyor-belt ladies often experienced sorrow and desperation. Comments Under the outline, write the heading “Comments.” Here is what you should comment on: • Look at the spots where your reading of the paragraph snagged: Are words missing or misspelled? That 14 something is specific detail. My family and non-American friends continued calling me Firoozeh, while my coworkers and American friends called me Julie. Is the evidence you provided to support the thesis specific or is it vague and general? To develop support for this essay, make a list of all the possible changes that you would like to make in your life. If I ask him to turn down the thermostat before he goes to bed, the heat is likely to stay on all night. For example, he bought an air conditioner in December. Her parents worry about her inability to connect with a nice single man. 10. Topic sentence: Everyone should take measures to prevent identity theft. How did you figure out the correct answer? lan71866_ch36_p483-536.indd 532 11 9/4/09 1:51:17 PM Education and Self-Improvement • You’ll make learning a lifelong habit. Each of the supporting paragraphs should begin with a topic sentence that states the point to be detailed in that paragraph. Children should be allowed and encouraged to make simple decisions. But 46 this time he seemed to grasp the wisdom of what Mother said. CONNECT WRITING 1. b. result in the emission of harmful methane. Your topic sentence might be similar to the following: Copyright © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Move over, cinnamon and nutmeg, make way for cardamom and sumac. What are the three main transition words in this paragraph? Likewise with the point about inviting friends over: The first passage only states that there is a problem, but the second one describes in concrete terms what happens if a friend does drop in unexpectedly. sung 3. burned 8. constructed 4. lan71866_ch04_p085-125.indd 125 9/4/09 12:28:35 PM C HAPTE R Moving from Paragraph to Essay CHAPTER PREVIEW What Is an Essay? Find two other places where the author uses a lan71866_ch36_p483-536.indd 507 9/4/09 1:51:12 PM 508 PART 4 Readings for Writers richly revealing comparison. In English, an adjective usually comes directly before the word it describes or after a linking verb (a form of be or a “sense” verb such as look, seem, or taste), in which case it modifies the subject of the sentence. I love the cookies from the bakery with the chocolate frosting. He is trying to write a description of one of his skateboards for an online classified ad. By one o’clock in the afternoon, everyone can’t hardly keep from falling asleep in class. A clause may be independent (expressing a complete thought and able to stand alone) or dependent (not expressing a complete thought and not able to stand alone). 7. Reading, which had been a problem for me, became a pleasure and then a passion. General idea: Specific ideas: thermos of lemonade basket of food insect repellent blanket Copyright © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Theresa does not like living alone—she becomes (frightening, frightened) at every little sound. b. other cultures will advance faster than American culture. Kitchen was hot and steamy b. After introductory material e. With direct quotations c. Around interrupters 1. Because Tony was afraid of butchered hair, he hated going to a new barber. 9When they go to a game, which they do as often as possible, they also decorate their bodies. Readers want to see and judge for ourselves whether a writer is making a valid point about a subject, but without specific details we cannot do so. Mom was frying potatoes, the heat set off the smoke alarm. lan71866_ch28_p365-378.indd 366 9/4/09 1:56:18 PM CHAPTER 28 Commas 367 TIP A comma is used between two descriptive words in a series only if the word and inserted between the words sounds natural. . 6. The result was a chain reaction of copycat coughing. She’s writing a feature story that focuses on her interview with the lead vocalist in the rock band Dom Boys. Most college students are hard working. 2. The rules are as follows: 1. pizza was eaten greedily by the and 2. Write an essay in which you offer yourself advice about how to do this. please help me to download those unavailable book,using TOR,anyone? I live near her. In each case, explain why the change you made is correct. a. It’s in the top drawer of my desk at home.” Chuck’s wife said, “Chuck asked me to put his list in our wedding album.” “I have mine too,” Marilyn said. (noun) lan71866_APA_p585-596.indd 596 9/4/09 2:29:54 PM APPE N DIX ESL Pointers This section covers rules that most native speakers of English take for granted but that are useful for speakers of English as a second language (ESL or ESOL). After school, Curtis and I walked 51 to the local branch of the library. 2. In such sentences, the verb comes before the subject. During final exam week, I sleeped under three hours a night. You may want to begin your fragment with the word before, after, when, because, or if. lan71866_ch28_p365-378.indd 370 9/4/09 1:56:19 PM CHAPTER 28 Commas 371 Be careful not to use a comma in sentences having one subject and a double verb. Alex will be leaving for the army (in, at) a week. It was too hot indoors to study; I decided to go down to the shopping center for ice cream. d. would apologize. Not because the dream is scary, but from the shock of people being that cooperative. try ed tried marry es marries worry es worries lazy ness laziness lucky ly luckily silly est silliest 2. I failed to read the direction carefully, so I missed several answer. 1. A film on endangered species really depressed the students. When I first heard the music I didn’t say anything to you because it was still early. ▲ For information about how to remove your name from mailing lists, visit www.newdream.org/junkmail or www.dmaconsumers.org/offmailinglist.html Bag your groceries and other purchases in a reusable tote Americans go through 100 billion grocery bags every year. Writing Your First Draft Like many writers, you may want to write out your first draft by hand and then type it into the computer for revision. Someone once defined a self confident person as one who does crossword puzzles in pen instead of pencil. each, either, everyone, nothing, both, several, all, any, most, none Reciprocal pronouns express shared actions or feelings. And when he gets angry at me for being stupid, he’ll even sometimes . • We do this about once a week. Activity 13: Combining Sentences with Verbs in a Series (page 313) 1. With freewriting in particular, you can get ideas onto the screen almost as quickly as they occur to you. Write sentences using all ready and already. After reading over the forecast again, he realizes that his writing shifts between first person, second person, and third person rather than sticking to one point of view. lan71866_ch35_p436-482.indd 465 9/4/09 1:51:57 PM 466 PART 4 Readings for Writers About Structure 4. CHAPTER 6: Subjects and Verbs 4. Nervously, I asked my supervisor for the weekend off. Maria complained, “I look so old some days. When you start writing, your first concern should be a. spelling. b. her company made her travel often. a. ✔ Have I used time signals to connect one detail to the next? However, my experience in college was as forgettable as high school. You probably didn’t think I noticed, but I did. Arguments about walking dog b. Write a check mark next to the set that provides sharp, specific details. These large insects creep onto my kitchen floor and walls after dark and frighten me with their shiny glistening bodies. Then, last week, she learned that the university was giving her $1,000, in 34 Miss McCarty’s name. 5. I read the article “How Good Is Your Breakfast?” in Consumer Reports while munching a doughnut this morning. lan71866_ch26_p342-353.indd 347 9/4/09 2:19:35 PM 348 PART 3 Sentence Skills ACTIVITY 7 Making Words Possessive Add ’s to each of the following words to make it the possessor or owner of something. Jump over it? (Insert that I keep on my key chain.) My friend the radio announcer loses his voice every time we drive under a bridge, said the comedian. I couldn’t hardly enjoy myself at the theater because my brother gave me a play-by-play account of the entire movie, which he had seen three times. Growing flowers? 6. Quotation Marks 354 Quotation Marks to Set Off the Words of a Speaker or Writer 355 Indirect Quotations 358 Quotation Marks to Set Off the Titles of Short Works Other Uses of Quotation Marks 361 359 28. A Final Note A word may function as more than one part of speech. -ing Word Groups 304 -ed Word Groups 305 -ly Openers 306 To Openers 308 Prepositional Phrase Openers Series of Items 311 Adjectives in Series 311 Verbs in Series 313 309 SECTION IV Punctuation and Mechanics 318 22. c. enough details to support the main point. lan71866_APE_p619-636.indd 636 9/4/09 2:34:24 PM Photo Credits Part 1 Page 3: © Corbis; p. 4: © Jamie Squire/Getty; p. 15: © Steven Weinberg/Stone/Getty; Chapter Opener 2: © Richard Lord Enterprises/The Image Works; p. 42: © Jeff Greenberg/Photo Edit. Before she decided to buy the wall calendar, Joanne turns its pages and looked at all the pictures. 1. the desk of the manager ⫽ the manager’s desk the car of Hakim ⫽ Hakim’s car the teeth of my dog ⫽ my dog’s teeth the smile of the woman ⫽ the woman’s smile the briefcase of my mother ⫽ my mother’s briefcase What is the purpose of the apostrophe in each example above? Find an idea about the role of reading in your life that you can write about in the space of a paragraph. . typed . EXAMPLE Starting as of the month of June, I will be working at the store on a full-time basis. You might discuss important differences between two employers you have had or between two neighborhoods you’ve lived in. I didn’t like having to beg a parent or a continued lan71866_ch13_p241-244.indd 243 9/4/09 12:41:36 PM 244 PART 3 Sentence Skills neighbor to take me swimming every time I want to go. As you proceed, you’ll develop a sense of how to “track down” and focus a topic by adding more information to your search words and phrases. lan71866_ch36_p483-536.indd 488 9/4/09 1:51:11 PM Education and Self-Improvement 489 2. 2. Copyright © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. a. 9. d. Repair her Bible with tape. ; 2. 1. Write G (for general) next to the set that offers only vague general support. 7He hated to admit to his family and friends that he had to get his budget under control. • They moved away from him. 4. I heard that Sam’s DJing was über cool. EXAMPLE He had hair implants; it looked very natural. Pedaling as fast as possible, Todd tried to outrace the snapping dog. An Introduction to Writing 2. Outside the novelty shop at the mall (stands, stand) a life-size cutout of W. C. Fields. Now, tottering down the sidewalk, she was most concerned with the cold, since her layers of ragged clothing did little to ease the chill. Why do you suppose Carson italicizes sentences in paragraphs 67, 68, 71, 80, and 82? Copyright © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. All was well until the Iranian Revolution, when I found myself with a new set of problems. How might the reason a photograph is taken differ from how it is used in a textbook? 10. REVIEW TEST 2 Write sentences that use each of the following adjectives and adverbs correctly. Using Pronouns Correctly ACTIVITY 3 Underline the correct pronoun. Don’t worry about the practical details, such as cost. All I could think at that moment was, Mark, I would give all the masking tape in the world if only you would talk to me. Or: While Tony was riding his bike, a German shepherd bit him on the ankle. V verb forms, 78 achievement test, 615 active and passive, 249–50 consistent, 241–44, 601–2, 610 correct practice, 247 dialect v. standard, 210–11, 214–17 examples, 245 nonstandard, 209, 210 past perfect, 246 past progressive, 246 past tense, 213–14 present perfect, 246 present progressive, 246 present tense endings, 211–12 review tests, 218–19, 251 verbals, 247–48 verbs not used in progressive tense, 602 See also irregular verbs; subject-verb agreement verbs, 609–10 achievement test, 614 action, 589–90 compound subject and verb, 159–60 have v. be, 215 helping, 590–91 linking, 590 of more than one word, 158–59 not used in progressive tense, 602 in series, 313–14 See also subjects and verbs; verb forms visual images argumentation writing, 122 clustering technique use of, 22–23 coherence in, 84 fried chicken, 151 homonym misuse, 385 hug your dog, 152 Hurricane Katrina, 85 litter is obscene, 152 Lover’s Leap, 209 main point, 45, 46 modifiers, 275 Mona Lisa, 126 pattern of development/ purpose in, 125 pattern of organization, 125 punctuation, 318 responding to, 12, 15, 16 Sistine Chapel, 146 Tiger Woods, 4 lan71866_Index_p639-648.indd 647 visual clues, 446 written description v., 42 vocabulary expansion, 390 vowel sounds, 388 W well or good, 280–81 “What is the general idea?”, 54–55 where v. wear, 413 whether v. weather, 413–14 who’s v. whose, 414 “Why Go to College?” (Feldman) content, 534 preview, 531 reading comprehension, 533–34 structure, 534 style and tone, 535 visual prompt, 532, 535 vocabulary in context, 533 words to watch, 531 writing assignments, 535–36 Wine, Bill (“Rudeness at the Movies”), 551–58 Woods, Tiger, 4 wordiness, 38, 428–29 word processing, 33–34 words achievement test, 617–18 clichés, 38, 425–26 confused, 612–13 inflated, 426–28 introductory activity, 423 omitted, 402–6, 612, 617 omitting unnecessary words, 428–29 review tests, 430–31 slang, 424–25 as verb and noun, 596 vocabulary expansion, 390 See also homonyms; spelling writer’s template, across disciplines “The Sun’s Effect,” 147 “What Do Psychologists Do?”, 43 “Where in the World?”, 433 writing approach to, 39–40 attitude toward, 10–12 effective, principles of, 5 formal, abbreviations in, 336 four steps to, 47–72 goals of effective, 17 letters, 329 movie script analogy, 56 nonstop, 17, 20 plagiarism, 42 647 as process of discovery, 12–13 as skill, 10, 40 slang, 424–25 starting assignments, 17 as talent or learned skill, 4 talking compared to, 5–6 Web sites on, 42 See also checklists writing assignments “All She Has —$150,000 — Is Going to a University,” 460–62 “All the Good Things,” 447 “Baking a Cake,” 529–30 “Best/worst job” paragraph, 9–10 “Bowling to Find a Lost Father,” 466–67 “A Change of Attitude,” 508–10 “Consume Less, Conserve More,” 578 “The Conveyor-Belt Ladies,” 473–75 “Do It Better!”, 491–92 essay, 145 “The “F Word””, 481–82 “A Grand Unified Theory of YouTube and MySpace,” 583–84 “How They Get You to Do That,” 499–500 “Let’s Get Specific,” 519–21 “Major decision” paragraph, 41 “The Most Hateful Words,” 550–51 “Old Before Her Time,” 545–46 paragraph, 89–92 personal journal, 14 “Reclaiming Our Home Place,” 571–72 “Rowing the Bus,” 454 “Rudeness at the Movies,” 556–58 “Stance,” 524–25 “Turning Youth Gangs Around,” 565–66 “Valued possession” paragraph, 82–83 “Why Go to College?”, 535–36 writing patterns, 87–88 writing process, 40–42 Y you’re v. your, 414 Z zip code, 373 9/4/09 2:37:37 PM Discover a clearly stated point, or topic sentence, and make sure all the other information in the paragraph or essay is in support of that point. 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