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Personal Pronouns / Possessive Case - Exercise 1
Author: Rosie Bunnow
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Confusing Words--Coarse, Course
Author: Rosie Bunnow
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Confusing Words--Your, You're
Author: Rosie Bunnow
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Confusing Words -- Lose, Loose, Loss
Author: Rosie Bunnow
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Confusing Words -- Already, All ready
Author: Rosie Bunnow
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Plural Nouns: Words Ending in "f" and "fe"
Author: SWTC Communication Department
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Plural Possessive Nouns II
Author: SWTC Communication Department
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Special Nouns Practice
Author: Michele Williams
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Can You Speak Hmong?
Author: Virginia Kirsch
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Identifying Incorrect Sentences
Author: Dan Rooney, Tracy Helixon
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Spelling Rules
Author: Carol Mennen
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Use "Do" and "Make" Correctly: Part 1 in a Series
Author: Joan Hoffmann
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Use "Do" and "Make" Correctly: Part 4 in a Series
Author: Joan Hoffmann
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Test Your Tenses 2
Author: Anne Blahnik
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Conditional Sentences
Author: Debra Shover
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Logical Reasoning in Speeches - Ad Hominem
Author: Dr. Cynthia Ellenbecker
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Confusing Words -- To, Too, Two
Author: Rosie Bunnow
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Confusing Words --May be, Maybe
Author: Rosie Bunnow
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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GED Essay Writing -- Formula for Success
Author: Laurie Jarvis
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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Using Commas in a Series - Adjectives
Author: Fay Wagner
Subject: Linguistics
Source: Wisc-Online
Type: Learning Object
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