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The industry-leading Sentence Correction Guide delves into every major principle and minor subtlety of grammar tested on the GMAT. From its comprehensive list of GMAT-specific idioms to its tailored coverage of topics such as pronouns and parallelism, this guide teaches exactly what students need for GMAT Sentence Correction—and nothing that they don’t.

All of Manhattan Prep’s GMAT Strategy Guides are aligned with both the 2015 Edition and 13th Edition GMAC Official Guide.

ISBN: 978-1-935707-67-7

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  • 6 Computer Adaptive Practice Exams

    These online exams simulate the real GMAT exam and test you on the most up-to-date GMAT content. Problems include comprehensive answer explanations which demonstrate how experts tackle each question. Each test is  unique and provides you with an in-depth assessment report that can be used to determine your strengths and weaknesses.

  • Sentence Correction Online Question Bank

    All questions included in this bank (25 total) draw from the subject of Sentence Correction and are written by Manhattan GMAT's expert Instructors. All Manhattan GMAT question banks include questions of varying difficulty levels.

Chapter by Chapter

  1. Sentence Correction Basics

    Question Format; “Best” Does Not Mean Ideal; Understand the Sentence, Then Split the Answers; Put Your Answer Back In; Using This Book

  2. Grammar & Meaning

    Grammar: A Closer Look; Meaning: A Closer Look; Meaning: Choose Your Words; Meaning: Place Your Words; Meaning: Match Your Words; Meaning: Avoid Redundancy; What About Concision?

  3. Subject-Verb Agreement

    Subject and Verb Must Both Exist; Subject and Verb Must Make Sense Together; Subject and Verb Must Agree in Number; Eliminate the Middlemen, and Skip the Warmup; Use Structure to Decide; And vs. Additive Phrases; Or, Either… Or, & Neither… Nor; Collective Nouns: Almost Always Singular; Indefinite Pronouns: Usually Singular; Each and Every: Singular Sensations; Quantity Words and Phrases; Subject Phrases and Clauses: Always Singular; Flip It!; When in Doubt, Think Singular

  4. Parallelism

    Parallel Markers; Parallel Elements; Lists with And; Idioms with Built-In Parallel Structure; Superficial Parallelism vs. Actual Parallelism; Watch Out for Linking Verbs

  5. Pronouns

    The Antecedent Must Exist; The Antecedent & Pronoun Must Make Sense Together; The Antecedent & Pronoun Must Agree in Number; The Deadly Five: It, Its, They, Them, Their; This, That, These, and Those; What About Ambiguity?

  6. Modifiers

    Adjectives and Adverbs; Noun Modifiers; Position of Noun Modifiers; Watch Out for Possessives; Noun Modifiers with Relative Pronouns; Essential vs. Non-Essential Noun Modifiers; Verb Modifiers; Which vs. the Present Participle-ing

  7. Verb Tense, Mood, & Voice

    Simple Tenses; Progressive Tenses; Make Tenses Reflect Meaning; The Perfect Tenses: An Introduction; Present Perfect: Still In Effect…; Past Perfect: The Earlier Action; Perfect Tenses: Only When Necessary; Tense Sequence; The Subjunctive Mood; The Hypothetical Subjunctive; If… Then Constructs; The Command Subjunctive; Active and Passive Voice; Is Passive Voice Ever the Correct Answer?

  8. Comparisons

    Like vs. As; Keep Comparisons Parallel; Omitted Words; Comparative and Superlative Forms

  9. Idioms

    Using Your Ear: Spot – Extract – Replace; Idiom List

  10. Odds & Ends

    Connecting Words; Connecting Punctuation; Quantity

  11. GM/S-V/Parallelism: Extra

    Concision: Specific Patterns of Wordiness; Concision: Don’t Make It Too Short; Parallelism: Concrete Nouns and Action Nouns; What Else Is Considered Parallel

  12. Pronouns & Modifiers: Extra

    Other Pronouns; Placeholder It; Avoiding Pronouns Altogether; Nuances of Pronoun Reference; Modifiers: Exceptions to the Touch Rule; Possessive Nuances; Subgroup Modifiers; More on Relative Clauses vs. Participles; Absolute Phrases

  13. Verbs & Comparisons: Extra

    Helping Verbs; Verbals: An Overview; Infinitives; Gerunds; Participles; When to Use Which Verbal or Verb; More on Like and As; Numbers in Comparisons; Other Comparison Constructions

  14. Appendix A: Official Guide Problem Set

    Official Guide Problem Sets

  15. Appendix B: Glossary

    Glossary

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