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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!
Adverb clauses are a type of subordinate clause. They act as adverbs (Imagine that!), and they cannot stand alone. Let me teach you more!
Sentence fragments are groups of words that don't express a complete thought. They are only part of a sentence. Learn more!
What is an infinitive? Infinitives are formed from verbs, but they act as nouns, adjectives, or adverbs. Strange, huh? Learn more here!
What are gerunds? This tutorial gives you everything you need to know. You'll also learn how to diagram them! Yay!
Participial Phrases & Adjective Clauses: See How They're Alike & Different
Adjective clauses (or "relative clauses") are introduced by relative pronouns or relative adverbs. They are pretty awesome, so you should check them out.
English Grammar Revolution products teach homeschoolers and classroom teachers to be confident English grammar instructors. Use sentence diagrams to teach grammar systematically!
Learning the English parts of speech is a must if you want to learn grammar. See definitions and lists of all eight. Categorize your words, learn these little babies, and have a little fun!
See some Helen Keller quotes diagrammed. Yay!
Learn the grammar of questions! You'll learn how to use sentence diagrams to see the grammar of interrogative sentences. Check it out!
What is a misplaced modifier? Well, it is a modifier that has been misplaced! I'll make it clearer in the lesson. Join us and check it out!
Irregular verbs are unpredictable little things. Their counterparts, regular verbs, are much more reliable. Learn more!
Prepositional phrases act as single parts of speech. They usually act as adjectives or adverbs. This page has everything you need to know. See examples and sentence diagrams!
What's a prepositional phrase? Have fun with these grammar exercises that will show you how to identify and diagram prepositional phrases.
What is a preposition? What does it do? You'll find everything you ever wanted to know, and this picture will help you. It will be fun! Check it out!
What are the adjective questions? What is an adjective? I'll tell you all about adjectives and show you how diagramming sentences can help you understand what they do. Check it out!
Knowing the adverb questions will help you understand adverbs. I'll tell you what they are and how to use them here!
Check out these examples of adjectives and improve your understanding of English grammar. Come on! You know you want to!