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L1.2 Identifying Nouns and Pronouns AK G6a L1.2
L1.3 A Focus on Adjectives and Adverbs
Suggested by Stephanie McGuirk in response to a KISS-List request for more exercises on adverbs.
AK See
    " A Focus on the Logic of Adverbs AK G9 L1.5
L1.6 Pronouns as Subjects AK G4; IG4 L1.6
L1.6 An Exercise in Changing Tenses AK G4; IG4 L1.6
L3.1.2 Mixed Subordinate Clauses AK G6 L3.1.2
L3.1.2 - Adjectival Clauses - Rewriting AK G6; 1YM L3.1.2
L3.2.3 Subordinate Clauses as Interjections -Punctuation Original
AK G9 L3.2.3
L6.1 Punctuation #1 AK G9 PA 4 L6.1
L6.2 Style - From Main Clauses to Gerundives, Appositives, or Post-Positioned Adjectives AK - L6.2
L6.3 Decombining and Combining with Finite Verbs AK - L6.3


Jabberwocky AK   L1.8
(from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, 1872)
-- Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson)
     Many English teachers like "Jabberwocky" because it demonstrates how we can often determine the function of words even when we do not know what they mean. Of course the funny words also add to the enjoyment. I would like to thank Jean Waldman at the University of Maryland for suggesting the use of this text.