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Ch 10: NMTA Essential Academic Skills Writing: Conjunctions

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Use these quick, enticing video lessons to review the rules for conjunctions you can expect to be tested on for the NMTA Essential Academic Skills Writing test. If you have any grammar or conjunctions questions as you work through the chapter, let our instructors know.

NMTA Essential Academic Skills Writing: Conjunctions - Chapter Summary

If you're studying for the NMTA Essential Academic Skills Writing certification test for New Mexico Educators, these quick, entertaining videos provide an appealing and convenient way to study the conjunctions concepts you'll need to know, such as:

  • Basic rules for conjunction use
  • Coordinating conjunctions
  • Subordinating conjunctions
  • Correlating conjunctions

Make sure to ask our instructors any questions you have about the video content. After each lesson, take the short quiz to practice the rules you've covered and ensure you fully understand the conjunctions-related concepts.

Objectives of the NMTA Essential Academic Skills Writing: Conjunctions Chapter

This chapter provides an arsenal of tools to help you conquer the conjunctions rules you're expected to know for the NMTA Essential Academic Skills Writing certification test. The lesson quizzes provide you with the opportunity to practice proper usage and show you what multiple-choice questions from the exam look like.

The test is computer administered and lasts one hour and fifteen minutes. Seventy percent of your score is determined by 36 multiple-choice questions, and the final quarter is determined by an extended-response written exercise. The short items will assess your understanding of sentence structure, audience and purpose, and grammar rules. The essay is designed to test your compositional and usage abilities.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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