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What is direct address? Do nouns of direct address need commas? What does this have to do with the vocative case? I'll show you!
Learn these six capitalization rules and make your life easier!
Would you pass this grammar test that 8th graders were given in 1912? Take the test and check your answers here!
See the sentence diagram of this quote! "A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty." - Winston Churchill
See some Helen Keller quotes diagrammed. Yay!
Learn about the direct object in easy-to-understand language. You'll even get a lesson in diagramming sentences! Yay!
Who vs Whom: Which one should you use? Which one is right? Learn all about it here.
Adverb clauses are a type of subordinate clause. They act as adverbs (Imagine that!), and they cannot stand alone. Let me teach you more!
Learn everything you need to know about diagramming verbs! Sentence diagramming is awesome!
Learn everything you need to know about diagramming verbals!
See sentence diagrams of celebrity quotes. It's fun to see the structure of these famous sentences!
An elliptical clause is a type of adverb clause in which the subject, verb, or both of them are left out but implied. I'll make it easy for you to learn more! Check it out!
Action verbs show action. (I bet you knew that.) They can be transitive verbs or intransitive verbs. I'll show you!
What are objective complements and how do you diagram them?
Diagramming sentences is fun and helpful. Use this page to see how to diagram every element of a sentence.
What is an infinitive? Infinitives are formed from verbs, but they act as nouns, adjectives, or adverbs. Strange, huh? Learn more here!
Are imperative sentences that begin with nouns of direct address the same as declarative sentences? (Bob, walk the dog.) What is the subject? I'll show you!
This list of conjunctions gives you examples of the three types of conjunctions. Learn through examples!
Sentence fragments are groups of words that don't express a complete thought. They are only part of a sentence. Learn more!
What are gerunds? This tutorial gives you everything you need to know. You'll also learn how to diagram them! Yay!