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English Sentence Structure (An Intensive Course...



This pair of courses teaches reading and writing as processes, vocabulary development, study skills, critical thinking and reading comprehension. Introduces expository essays, summaries and reading responses, compound verb forms, and compound and complex sentence structures. Credit will not be applied toward graduation.




English Sentence Structure (An Intensive Course...



This course focuses on the basic elements of standard English grammar, syntax and sentence structure, and emphasizes the parts of speech, syntactical relationships and coherence in writing. Includes diagrammatic analysis of practice exercises and the student's own written work.


(3 credits, non-degree) This course will focus on English sentence structure and verb forms, including instruction in mechanics, punctuation, and usage. Throughout the course, students will practice writing sentences and phrases correctly, paying attention to verb agreement, conjugation and sentence structure. The course is designed to help students improve their writing skills to further idea development and coherence.


IEPATH031 Intermediate English Grammar I (3-0-0)(F,S,SU).Intensive review of fundamentals of grammatical structures in a communicative context. Exploration of compound and complex sentence structures and correct usage of intermediate level grammatical verb tenses and structures. Focus on expression and accuracy. PREREQ: Admission into IEPATH program, IEP Placement scores or PERM/CHAIR.


IEPATH041 Intermediate English Grammar II (3-0-0)(F,S,SU).Further development of the formation of complex sentence structures with a focus on expression and accuracy. Emphasis on the accurate use of tense, voice, and dependent clauses to express ideas about texts and the opinions of others. Intensive study of high intermediate structures in a communicative context. PREREQ: Admission into IEPATH program, IEP Placement scores or PERM/CHAIR.


IEPATH151 Advanced English Grammar I (3-0-3)(F,S,SU).An intensive study of the formal written and spoken structures of English grammar with a focus on accurate expression. Development and application of a variety of advanced grammatical structures including in-depth analysis of morphology and rules through output in written and spoken communication. Addresses the subtleties of structures and exceptions. PREREQ: Admission into IEPATH program, IEP Placement scores or PERM/CHAIR.


PREP-010. Developmental English. 3 Hours. This course provides an intense overview/review of the basic elements of modern English usage. The course includes writing experience with attention to the basic mechanical and structural elements of the writing process. This course is offered to meet the need for a foundation in grammar and sentence structure.


PREP-012. Intermediate English as a Second Language (ESL). 5 Hours. This is an intensive course in English language skills and grammar introducing and practicing grammatical structures by meaningful activities. A gradual shift from basic structures of conversational grammar to more complex structures will be used. Prerequisite: Beginning English as a Second Language (ESL), or its equivalent, or permission of instructor.


Advanced writing course for researchers, fellows, and visiting faculty at the University. Participants fine-tune writing skills through analyzing models, writing up research and creating professional correspondence. Course topics include effective argumentation, academic style, coherence, conciseness, and clarity. Strategic use of sentence structure and vocabulary is also covered. Students will receive feedback on each writing assignment. Available in a one-on-one format, 2 hours/week for six weeks.


This six-level writing course is designed for English learners from novice to advanced levels. Each level challenges students to go beyond their comfort level and experiment with language structures of different complexity. At lower levels, students will explore English sentence and paragraph structures, develop mastery of verb tenses, subject verb agreement, and punctuation within sentences. At higher levels, students will write for different purposes, discover sentence variety and emerging mastery of mechanics in the context of essays. At the advanced level, students will analyze and employ techniques to produce a variety of well-focused, fully developed and organized essays.


This six-level grammar course is designed to introduce students to basic elements of English sentences including parts of speech, word order, proper use of word form, and simple verb tenses. At higher levels, students will learn to recognize a variety of English sentence patterns in listening, and reading and will be able to produce those patterns in their own speaking and writing. Students will focus on developing control of the form and meaning of important grammar structures, especially those used in writing.


ALI 145 - American Language Advanced I(3 units)Prerequisite: Non-native speakers who score of 61-70 on the iBT TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or who have not taken equivalent writing courses in another department are required to enroll. This course counts toward elective credit for undergraduates. It does not count toward graduation for Graduate students but counts toward course load credit.ALI 145 is a developmental reading and writing course designed to help non-native English speaking students achieve college-level competence in analytical reading and writing tasks. The course provides intensive practice in every stage of the writing process from generating ideas to final editing; it covers strategies for organization, development, and written expression. The course emphasizes improved sentence structure and grammar applications of standard and academic English via textbook, classroom and online support.Both grading options. Counts toward elective credit for undergraduates. Does not count toward graduation for graduate students, but does count toward course load credit.


Advanced Grammar reviews principles of traditional English grammar and usage (parts of speech, sentence structures, punctuation, pronoun/verb form/agreement, etc.) for English majors and minors, especially for those who plan to teach or work as tutors or editors. It is not a remedial course for non-majors who struggle with writing problems, though many non-majors take it. There is a custom-published workbook for the course, and used copies of it are not allowed.ENGL 36405Fantastic Voyages in American Literature


Beginning Writing & Grammar is a five-credit course designed to develop beginning English writing and grammar skills. Utilizing the writing process, students will write sentences and will be introduced to basic paragraph structure. Students will improve their knowledge and use of English grammar, sentence structure, and vocabulary in their writing.


Low-Intermediate Writing & Grammar is a five-credit course designed to develop low-intermediate English writing and grammar skills. Utilizing the writing process, students will write sentences and paragraphs for a variety of purposes. Students will improve their knowledge and use of English grammar, paragraph structure, and vocabulary in their writing. Prerequisite(s): Admission to International Program. Successful completion of EF2 with minimum grade 2.5 or English placement test score.


This is a beginning course of modern Mandarin Chinese for students with no prior exposure to the language. The content of this course includes: 1) An introduction to the Romanization phonetic system of Chinese (Pinyin); 2) Essential sentence structures and basic vocabulary in the area of greeting, self-introduction, family, hobbies and visiting friends; 3) Approximately 180 characters in simplified form. The major goal of this course in to help students develop the basic skill in listening, speaking, reading and writing.


This is a continuation of Chinese 110. The content of this course includes: 1) Essential sentence structures and basic vocabulary in the area of school life, language learning, making an appointment and shopping. 2) Approximately 120 characters in simplified form. The major goal of this course is to help students further develop proficiency in four skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing.


The general nature of Chinese syntax: Mandarin in particular. Analysis of major syntactic constructions of Mandarin. Issues in Chinese linguistics. Topics include morphemes, words, compounds, phrases, sentence structures found in the various source materials, and various syntactic errors made by learners of Chinese language.


ENGL 3303 The Grammatical Structure of English (LEC 3.0) The Grammatical Structure of English takes a linguistic approach to the study of the structure of present day English with a focus on morphology (the formation of words) and syntax (sentence structure). The course centers on form and function at the level of the word, phrase, and clause, using tree diagramming as the central mode of inquiry and analysis. Prerequisites: English 1120.


The TEAS is required for admission to Suffolk County Community College?s Nursing program. This intensive course will provide ?brush-up? instruction in the four academic areas that the test covers: reading comprehension, English (grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary), mathematics (operations, percent and fractions, measurement, the metric system, graphing and algebra) and science (scientific reasoning, human body science, life science and physical science). Pre-test and post-test results, along with prescriptive advice for individual study will be provided. Students must purchase the ATI TEAS Study Manual 2022-2023 edition, published by ATI (ISBN: 978-1565332393) before the first class. (12 hours) 041b061a72


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