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— Jean, WA
Using correct English grammar is a valuable skill for successful communication. This course presents a discussion of the basic parts of sentences and how they are put into a working order. Introduced are the eight parts of speech: verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections. This course provides a basic level of grammar skills and prepares students for Hadley's "Basic English Skills 2" course.
Prerequisites: Although this course has no prerequisites, it does NOT teach conversational English. At minimum, students should be able to read and write English at an eighth-grade level. Also, high school students must complete both "Basic English Skills 1" and "Basic English Skills 2" to receive credit.
Course: ENG-103, Media: B, LP, OL, DTB or DTB-DL, Lessons: 10