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48 terms
Common Error Words SAT Writing
accept
except
adapt
adopt
agree to take it
exclude it
make suitable for a particular purpose
to take as one's own
accept
agree to take it
except
exclude it
30 terms
SAT Writing (Grammar)
Illiteracy is an enormous problem,A... i…
The company president has takenA ... step…
If you are sure thatA ... you are in the…
The union insistedA... on an increase in…
A
D
C
B
Illiteracy is an enormous problem,A... i…
A
The company president has takenA ... step…
D
48 terms
Common Error Words SAT Writing
accept
except
adapt
adopt
agree to take it
exclude it
make suitable for a particular purpose
to take as one's own
accept
agree to take it
except
exclude it
25 terms
SAT Writing Grammar Rules
Subject-Verb Agreement
Subject-Pronoun Agreement
Parallel Sentence Structure
subject/object of a sentence
The subject and verb must both be singular or both be plural…
The subject and the pronoun both have to be singular or plura…
Each item in a serious should be written in the same grammati…
ex: The teacher asked Harry and I if we could, due to the upc…
Subject-Verb Agreement
The subject and verb must both be singular or both be plural…
Subject-Pronoun Agreement
The subject and the pronoun both have to be singular or plura…
15 terms
SAT writing grammar
Improper verb tense
Sentence fragment
Parallelism error
Subject verb agreement error
Verb tense must match the time period of the sentence and be…
A sentence must be a complete thought that can stand on its o…
Lists and parallel structures must maintain the same format (…
The subject and corresponding verb must agree in number (ex:…
Improper verb tense
Verb tense must match the time period of the sentence and be…
Sentence fragment
A sentence must be a complete thought that can stand on its o…
129 terms
SAT Writing Common Idioms
Worry
Complain
Wonder
Curious
about
about
about
about
Worry
about
Complain
about
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rules
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
31 terms
SAT Writing Section (Grammar)
Basic Grammar (ADJ)
Basic Grammar (V)
Basic Grammar (N)
Basic Grammar (S)
Modifies nouns and pronouns; Answers: which, what kind of, ho…
Usually follows subject and identifies an action or a state o…
Person, place, thing/ idea
Usually a noun; a word or phrase that names a person, place,…
Basic Grammar (ADJ)
Modifies nouns and pronouns; Answers: which, what kind of, ho…
Basic Grammar (V)
Usually follows subject and identifies an action or a state o…
23 terms
SAT Writing/Grammar Rules
Subject-Verb Agreement
Tenses
Pronoun Case
Pronoun Antecedent Agreement
Cross out nonessential parts
Do not shift tense within sentence
Use subject or object form correctly
Make sure pronoun and antecedent agree in number
Subject-Verb Agreement
Cross out nonessential parts
Tenses
Do not shift tense within sentence
100 terms
SAT Writing Grammar (Idioms)
able to
abide by
accede to
acceptance of
할 수 있다
~을 지키다
응하다
받아들임
able to
할 수 있다
abide by
~을 지키다
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
129 terms
SAT Writing Common Idioms
Worry
Complain
Wonder
Curious
about
about
about
about
Worry
about
Complain
about
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
SAT Grammar/Writing Rules (2016)
Identify the indicated parts of speech…
Identify the indicated parts of speech…
Identify the indicated parts of speech…
Identify the indicated parts of speech…
incomplete - adj... novel - noun (subject)... reiterates - verb... the…
recent - adj... winner - noun (subject)... denounced - verb... policie…
in - preposition... makes - verb... very - adverb (modifies scathin…
at - preposition... presented - verb... highly - adverb (modifies i…
Identify the indicated parts of speech…
incomplete - adj... novel - noun (subject)... reiterates - verb... the…
Identify the indicated parts of speech…
recent - adj... winner - noun (subject)... denounced - verb... policie…
48 terms
Common Error Words SAT Writing
accept
except
adapt
adopt
agree to take it
exclude it
make suitable for a particular purpose
to take as one's own
accept
agree to take it
except
exclude it
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SAT Writing Grammar (Idioms) 2
depend on/ on whether S + V
of ~ descent
depicted as
desirous of
~에 달려있다
혈통, 가문이다
~로 묘사되다
~바라는
depend on/ on whether S + V
~에 달려있다
of ~ descent
혈통, 가문이다
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
After he crashed the car, he is in the…
If you are tired, one should get some…
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and…
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the…
was
If you are tired, one should get some…
you
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
76 terms
SAT Grammar (Writing) Rule Quiz
was
you
putt
doctors
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
He showed us how to drive, pitch, and putting.
Mary and Jane want to be a doctor.
was
After he crashed the car, he is in the hospital.
you
If you are tired, one should get some sleep.
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Sat prep common grammar errors
Error 1
Error 2
Error 3
Error 4
Subject verb agreement when the subject follows verb
Subject verb agreement when subject and verb are separate
Subject verb agreement when subject seems plural
Special verb tenses (perfect present-past participle-imperfec…
Error 1
Subject verb agreement when the subject follows verb
Error 2
Subject verb agreement when subject and verb are separate
48 terms
Common Error Words SAT Writing
accept
except
adapt
adopt
agree to take it
exclude it
make suitable for a particular purpose
to take as one's own
accept
agree to take it
except
exclude it
52 terms
SAT Writing Common Idiomatic Phrasing
abide
accuse
agree (3)
apologize
by
of
to / with / on
for
abide
by
accuse
of
9 terms
SAT Writing Section Grammar - Specific Rules
It's
Its
They're
It is
Possessive form of it
they are
It's
It is
Its
Possessive form of it
28 terms
SAT Essentials: Writing- 16 Rules of Grammar
Noun
Verb
Pronoun
Adjective
A person, place or thing
Shows action or states of being
Stand in for a noun: He, She, They, that
Modifies a noun or pronoun: skinny, pretty, hungry
Noun
A person, place or thing
Verb
Shows action or states of being
31 terms
New SAT Grammar writing test vocab
Thrilling
Visible
Onstage
Imperious
아주 신나는, 흥분되는
눈에 보이는
무대 위의
오만한, 고압적인
Thrilling
아주 신나는, 흥분되는
Visible
눈에 보이는
22 terms
Diction: SAT Writing and Grammar Flash Cards
Accept vs. Except
Affect vs. Effect
Amount vs. Number
Beside vs. Besides
accept: recieve... except: excluding
affect: typically a verb... effect: typically a noun
Amount: usually not countable... Number: usually countable
Beside: next to... Besides: in addition to
Accept vs. Except
accept: recieve... except: excluding
Affect vs. Effect
affect: typically a verb... effect: typically a noun
100 terms
100 Most Common SAT words Writing Prose
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraining from
85 terms
SAT Grammar: Common Idioms with Prepositions
serve as
known as/to be
(pre)occupation with
consistent/inconsistent with
...
...
...
...
serve as
...
known as/to be
...
52 terms
Common Literary Features- SAT Writing Test Prep
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
Antithesis
The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
A passing or casual reference; an incidental mention of somet…
Repetition of a phrase at the beginning of successive verses,…
The placing of a sentence or one of its parts against another…
Alliteration
The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
Allusion
A passing or casual reference; an incidental mention of somet…
8 terms
New SAT writing-- common issues to look for
Subject- verb agreement
verb tense
misplaced modifiers
punctuation
put prepositional phrase and "comma sandwiches" in parenthesi…
match other words ... parallelism, lists, comparisons "than"
intros ---> sentence ... ex. walking through the park, I saw the…
- a comma may NOT join two sentences; you need a semicolon (o…
Subject- verb agreement
put prepositional phrase and "comma sandwiches" in parenthesi…
verb tense
match other words ... parallelism, lists, comparisons "than"
69 terms
SAT; Grammar; Common Problems in Usage; Words Often Misused or Confused
Accept
Agree to
Agree on
Agree with
to take or receive; to give a favorable response to something
You agree to do something such as join a club.
You agree on a course of action (usually a group makes this d…
You agree with someone else, meaning that you have the same o…
Accept
to take or receive; to give a favorable response to something
Agree to
You agree to do something such as join a club.
9 terms
The Grammar Checklist (The 16 Basic Errors on SAT Writing)
The 16 basic grammar errors on the SAT…
Verbs (errors):
Pronouns (errors):
Nouns (error):
account for 45% of writing questions (almost half of the SAT…
1. Tense... 2. Subject-Verb Agreement... 3. Parallel Structure
1. Numerical Agreement... 2. Case... 3. Ambiguity
Numerical Agreement
The 16 basic grammar errors on the SAT…
account for 45% of writing questions (almost half of the SAT…
Verbs (errors):
1. Tense... 2. Subject-Verb Agreement... 3. Parallel Structure
22 terms
SAT and ACT Writing and English Essentials. I LOVE Grammar!!!!
What is the job of a ;
What makes a clause independent?
horses... horse's... horses'
what is redundancy?
semicolon... separate 2 independent clauses
Must have a subject and verb... Must express a complete thought
horses - plural - There are many horses in the barn... horse's -…
repetition of unnecessary information
What is the job of a ;
semicolon... separate 2 independent clauses
What makes a clause independent?
Must have a subject and verb... Must express a complete thought
47 terms
SAT; Grammar; Common Problems in Usage; Words Often Misused or Confused
Accept
Except
Affect (v.)
Effect (v.)
to take or receive; to give a favorable response to something
to preclude or exclude
to influence or impress, and to feign or assume
to cause or bring about
Accept
to take or receive; to give a favorable response to something
Except
to preclude or exclude
100 terms
College Board Top 100 Common SAT/ACT Vocabulary Words_(Writing Vocabulary)
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
adversity
Shorten,abridge
act of refraing from
high praise
misfortune
Abbreviate
Shorten,abridge
Abstinence
act of refraing from
100 terms
Writing Focus & AP Literature College Board Top 100 Common SAT/ACT Vocabulary Words
Abbreviate
Abstinence
Adulation
adversity
Shorten,abridge
act of refraing from
high praise
misfortune
Abbreviate
Shorten,abridge
Abstinence
act of refraing from
25 terms
4th Grade - Grammar - Unit 2: L8 - Common Noun/Proper Noun (write "common" or "proper" for the boldface noun)
Our class went on a field trip to *Mil…
Ray needs that magnet for his scienc…
You can see the Brooklyn Bridge from…
Dr. Edwards is an eye doctor.
proper
common
proper
proper
Our class went on a field trip to *Mil…
proper
Ray needs that magnet for his scienc…
common
100 terms
100 Most Common SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(n) high praise
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
17 terms
Common SAT Words
Confirm
Substantiate
Support
Establish
to show that something is true or correct
to prove the truth of something
to agree with or approve of something
to cause something to be widely known and accepted
Confirm
to show that something is true or correct
Substantiate
to prove the truth of something
6 terms
Grammar
subject
verb
coordinating conjuction
simple sentence
This is the noun or pronoun that performs the verb. Example:…
This word shows action. Example: The boy kicks the ball. {kic…
These words connect two independent clauses. FANBOYS. Example…
A sentence with only one clause, a subject and verb. Example:…
subject
This is the noun or pronoun that performs the verb. Example:…
verb
This word shows action. Example: The boy kicks the ball. {kic…
20 terms
SAT Grammar rules
Parallelism
Adjectives
Adverbs
Comparative Form
a series of items is written in the same logical structure.... a…
describe things, modify nouns or pronouns... ex. purple, kind, t…
modifty verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs usually end in --…
used to compare two things typically formed by adding -er or…
Parallelism
a series of items is written in the same logical structure.... a…
Adjectives
describe things, modify nouns or pronouns... ex. purple, kind, t…
25 terms
Club 100's Most Common SAT Words 1-25
abate
abdicate
aberration
abhor
become less in amount or intensity
give up a position
something unusual, different from the norm
to really hate
abate
become less in amount or intensity
abdicate
give up a position
1,766 terms
Grammar
Noun
Compound Noun
Common Noun
Proper Noun
A word or word group that is used to name a person, a place,…
Made up of two or more words used together as a single noun.…
Any noun which does not name any particular person, place, th…
The name of a particular person, place, thing or idea. Proper…
Noun
A word or word group that is used to name a person, a place,…
Compound Noun
Made up of two or more words used together as a single noun.…
SAT Writing Skills Rules
Subject/Verb Agreement
Subjective and Objective Case
Pronouns must Agree with their Anteced…
Singular Indefinite Pronouns
A subject and a verb must agree in number ... When there are two…
Use subjective case when the pronoun functions as a subject (…
Everybody must keep his or her eyes on his or her own paper.
Anyone, Everyone, Someone, nothing, another, anything, nobody…
Subject/Verb Agreement
A subject and a verb must agree in number ... When there are two…
Subjective and Objective Case
Use subjective case when the pronoun functions as a subject (…
100 terms
100 Most Common SAT words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraining from
100 terms
100 Most Common SAT words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
shorten, abridge
act of refraining from
high praise
misfortune
abbreviate
shorten, abridge
abstinence
act of refraining from
114 terms
1000 Common SAT Words (Volume 1) [A]-Pictures
abase
abate
abdicate
abduct
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
(v.) to give up a position, usually one of leadership (When h…
(v.) to kidnap, take by force (The evildoers abducted the fai…
abase
(v.) to humiliate, degrade (After being overthrown and abased…
abate
(v.) to reduce, lessen (The rain poured down for a while, the…
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