Manhattan GMAT Sentence Correction PDF Free Download

Manhattan GMAT Sentence Correction 6th Edition PDF Free Download | Latest Edition – 8th 

This book build understanding of grammar rules and meaning issues. It makes master essential sentence correction strategies. Practice your skills on problems with detailed explanations.

This essential guide takes the guesswork out of Grammar by presenting all of the major grammatical principles and minor grammatical points known to be tested on the GMAT. Do not be caught relying only on your ear; master the rules for correcting every GMAT sentence.

Table of Contents

  1. The Sentence Correction Process
  2. Grammar & Meaning
  3. Sentence Structure
  4. Modifiers
  5. Parallelism
  6. Comparisons
  7. Pronouns
  8. Verbs
  9. Idioms
  10. Meaning, Structure, & Modifiers: Extra
  11. Pronouns & Verbs: Extra

Sentence Correction (SC): It tests your mastery of both grammar and meaning as it applies to conventional written English.

Grammar: Much of the language that you hear in everyday speech actually violates one rule of another. The GMAT tests your ability to distinguish between good and bad grammar, even when bad grammar seems natural.

Meaning: Confusing writing is bad writing. If you have to read a sentence more than once to figure out what the author is saying or if the sentence lends itself to multiple interpretations – it is not a good idea.

Sentence Structure

Every sentence must have a subject and a verb. Subject is the noun that performs the action expressed by the verb.


A modifier describes or provides extra information about something else in the sentence. Although modifiers can be as simple as a single word (an adjective or an adverb).


According to the principle of parallelism, comparable sentence parts must be structurally and logically similar. 


A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun, so that you do not have to repeat that noun elsewhere in the sentence.


The Verb tense of a working verb indicates when the action of the verb takes place.


Idioms are expressions that have unique forms. There is no hard and fast rule for determining the form of an idiom; rather, it is just a form that you know or memorize.

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