FOLLOWING THE RULES: English teachers could save time by simply noting the Harbrace rule number in the column beside an error, like '10a' marked here. This example is from a 10th-grade paper of Brooks Clark circa 1972, entitled “An Autobiographical Sketch.” The teacher was Ferdinand Ruge, who taught at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., for decades.

FOLLOWING THE RULES: English teachers could save time by simply noting the Harbrace rule number in the column beside an error, like "10a" marked here. This example is from a 10th-grade paper of Brooks Clark circa 1972, entitled “An Autobiographical Sketch.” The teacher was Ferdinand Ruge, who taught at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., for decades.

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