ESL 3102: English Grammar for Academic Purposes

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In this course, students work on increasing their accuracy and range in English grammar. Topics that are especially relevant to academic writing, such as conciseness and smooth connections between sentences, are emphasized. Among the traditional topics of grammar, these are likely to be included: subordination, coordination, and transition expressions; tense, aspect, and associated adverbials; gerunds, infinitives, and other types of complementation; and lexical grammar--the grammar associated with individual words. Activities and regular assignments improve students’ ability to analyze grammar, including their own mistakes, and to use English grammar more effectively. Prerequisite: a first language other than English

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