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CSET Essay Helper
Over 25 chapters on what English teachers grading your CSET test will be looking for. Each chapter has a quiz at the end to help you memorize the material.
Practice writing your own essay. The artificial intelligence module in ACE the CSET test will analyze your essay, looking for over 25 common mistakes such as: commonly confused words, double negatives, classified singulars, subject-verb agreement, verb tense, and many more. There is no other CSET study guide on the market that has this capability!
The English language is a mass of complex and confusing rules and words that look and sound similar but have different meanings. Even professional writers and English teachers have trouble keeping the rules straight. ACE the CSET Essay Helper™ helps sort out this mess by checking your writing for thousands of common grammatical errors.
ACE the CSET Essay Helper's built-in book-length grammar reference contains hundreds of examples showing the correct way to write, plus pitfalls to avoid. It includes over 25 chapters and 100 English grammar quiz questions, complete with Confab Publishing's Flash Card interface to help you learn the contents of each chapter.
Below are common made English grammar errors that ACE the CSET Essay Helper™ catches:
Syntax errors: Errors in the order or arrangement of words, such as writing, "Yesterday I spoken to her" instead of "I spoke" or "I had spoken."
Misused words: Using a word incorrectly, usually as a result of confusing it with another word, such as, "I have taken her advise" instead of "I have taken her advice", "Its a beautiful day" instead of "It's a beautiful day", and "You're forms are being mailed separately" instead of "Your forms are being mailed separately."
Number agreement: Conflicts between a modifier and the noun it modifies, such as, "Several car are illegally parked" instead of "Several cars are illegally parked."
Subject-verb agreement: Conflicts between the plurality of a verb and the subject it relates to, such as, "He don't answer his phone" instead of "He doesn't answer his phone" and "How is the plans for the picnic coming along?" instead of "How are the plans for the picnic coming along?"
Possessive errors: Incorrect possessive forms, such as, "any one's else" instead of "any one else's" and "Mens's coats are half price this week" instead of "Men's coats are half price this week."
Capitalization errors: Starting a sentence with a lower-case letter, or failing to capitalize a personal title, such as writing "dr. Brown" instead of "Dr. Brown."
Abbreviation form errors: Constructing abbreviations incorrectly, such as writing "eg." instead of "e.g.", or "9:00 am" instead of "9:00 a.m."
Number form errors: Spelling out large numbers (three hundred fifty seven instead of 357) or using digits for small numbers ("We hired 4 new employees last month" instead of "We hired four new employees last month").
Unbalanced punctuation: Extra or missing parentheses ("( and ")") or quotation marks.
Classified singulars: Describing a single object as a class of objects, such as, "This is the sort of a car I want to buy" instead of "This is the sort of car I want to buy."
Qualified absolutes: Applying modifiers that limit or qualify absolute adjectives, such as, "more perfect" or "very empty."
Double comparisons: Using a comparative modifier with an adjective or adverb which is itself comparative, such as, "more quicker" or "most strongest."
Double negatives: Needlessly or incorrectly negating a negative, such as, "not uncommon" instead of "common" or "We don't have no insurance forms" instead of "We don't have any insurance forms."
Wordy phrases: Verbose phrases that can be rewritten more succinctly, such as, "We can make adjustments to the new policy if necessary" instead of "We can adjust the new policy if necessary" or "It goes without saying that production quality must be improved" instead of "Clearly, production quality must be improved."
Redundant phrases: Phrases where the meaning of one word implies the meaning of another, such as, "connect together" instead of just "connect" or "large in size" instead of just "large."
Stilted words: "Fifty cent" words that can be rewritten for clarity, such as, "cognizant" instead of "aware" and "ostensible" instead of "apparent."
Awkward usage: Words and phrases that are too informal or do not read well, such as, "The new photocopier is way faster" instead of "The new photocopier is much faster", or "That there file has to go back to Personnel" instead of "That file has to go back to personnel."
Vague modifiers: Inaccurate or meaningless modifiers, such as "nice", "quite", and "very." These can be rewritten for greater clarity and descriptiveness.
Jargon: Technical terms used in a non-technical context, such as using "parameters" instead of "limits" or "time frame" instead of "duration."
Cliches: Overused phrases that can be rewritten more concisely, such as, "Reorganizing the office will be easier said than done" instead of "Reorganizing the office will be difficult."
Gender-specific terms: Terms that may imply gender bias, such as, "chairman" instead of "chair" or "chairperson" and "actress" instead of "actor."
Confusing terms: Terms that may have multiple common meanings, such as, "bimonthly" (which can mean "once every two months" or "twice per month"), or whose form suggests a different meaning, such as "inflammable" (which means "burns easily" but many people interpret to mean "flame resistant").
Punctuation outside (or inside) quotation marks: ACE the CSET essay Helper™ can check for punctuation placed outside quotation marks ("If it's not broken, don't fix it", he said) or optionally inside quotation marks.
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