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Avoiding Run-ons and Comma Splices

ESL 183-185: How to Use Commas (Intermediate)

ESL 182-186: Proofreading

Using Developed Language Series: Avoiding Wordiness

ESL 183-186: Sentence Types 2.0 (Advanced)

Workshop: Using Transitions

Psychiatric Technology Information Workshop

Avoiding Sentence Fragments

Research Series: Developing Research Questions

I’ve Been Denied by a CSU… Now What?

ESL 184-186: Analyzing Errors and Understanding Professor Feedback

ESL 184-186: Paragraph and Essay Development – Adding Specificity

Transfer 101 Workshop

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Avoiding Run-ons and Comma Splices

ESL 183-186: Adjective Clauses

ESL 182-186: Writing: Understanding Professor Feedback

Avoiding Run-ons and Comma Splices

ESL 182-186: Proofreading

Workshop: Complex Sentences

Registered Nursing Information Workshop

Workshop: Using Transitions

Next Steps Workshop with CSU Dominguez Hills

Research Series: Finding Sources for Your Research Paper

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Research Series: Evaluating Sources

ESL 184-186: Gerunds and Infinitives

ESL 182-186: Preparing for your In-Class Writing Exam

Using Developed Language Series: Avoiding Vague Language

ESL 182-184: Avoiding Run-on Sentences and Comma Splices

Resume Workshops

Essay Organization Series: Introductions and Conclusions

Resume Workshops

Research Series: Incorporating Sources into a Research Paper

Essay Organization Series: Thesis Statements

ESL 182-186: Preparing for your In-Class Writing Exam

ESL 182-186: Writing a Well-developed Paragraph

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Workshop: Facts and Opinions

ESL 184-186: Analyzing Run-on Sentences and Comma Splices

ESL 184-186: Gerunds and Infinitives

ESL 184-186: Conditionals – Present Unreal & Past Unreal

Study Skills Series: Time Management

Radiologic Technology Information Workshop

ESL 184-186: Modal Verbs (Perfect Modals)

Research Series: Finding Sources for your Research Paper

Essay Organization Series: Thesis Statements

MLA Format: In-Text Citations

MLA Format: Quotes and Paraphrases

ESL 184-186: Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism

ESL 182-186: Writing: Understanding Professor Feedback

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