Virginia University at Parkersburg
English course offers refresher in grammar skills.
CONTACT: Dr. Ragina Copeland, professor of English, 304-424-8334.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
If you arenít certain when to use "he" or "him," "me" or "I," "sit" or "set" or "lie" or "lay," West Virginia University at Parkersburg is offering an English grammar skills course this fall semester designed for you.
ENGL 103 - English Grammar: Usage and Style will meet from 2 to 3:15 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning August 19. Teaching the three-credit-hour course will be Ragina Copeland, a long-time member of the collegeís English Department.
"This course is designed for anyone who has a desire to improve his or her language skills," said Mrs. Copeland, a professor of English.
"Maybe youíve just been selected to head a large group, make an important verbal presentation or itís just something you have been wanting to do to make yourself more marketable or more confident among your friends," she added. "Itís a great opportunity for those in the work world who spend much of their time communicating with the public."
Additional information about the course is available by contacting Mrs. Copeland, 424-8334 or the college Records Office, 424-8220.
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