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Here is a list of 20 common idiomatic expressions. Do you know what they all mean?
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!
Do you know what a noun clause is? Learn about them the easy way - with sentence diagrams and grammar exercises. It'll be fun!
Learn how to diagram relative pronouns with these sentence diagramming exercises! It's fun!
Adjective clauses (or "relative clauses") are introduced by relative pronouns or relative adverbs. They are pretty awesome, so you should check them out.
Noun clauses are a type of subordinate clause. They're cool because the whole clause acts as a noun. Check it out!
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!
Learn everything you need to know about diagramming phrases!
Linking verbs link things. Got it? Probably not. Don't worry; I'll teach you everything you need to know!
What are phrasal verbs? I'll teach you what they are and how to put them into sentence diagrams. Yay!
What's a prepositional phrase? Have fun with these grammar exercises that will show you how to identify and diagram prepositional phrases.
Learn about the modifiers (adverbs and adjectives) with these sentence diagramming exercises! It's fun!
Are any of these grammar mistakes on your list of pet peeves?
Mark Twain has some rockin' quotes. See them diagrammed.
Participial Phrases & Adjective Clauses: See How They're Alike & Different
What is a dangling participle? Find out here! You'll also see them diagrammed. Yay!
Can subjects and verbs get into fights? What is subject-verb agreement? It has to do with the NUMBER of the subject and the verb.
Phrases are groups of words (without both a subject and a verb) that function as one part of speech. Learn more about English phrases including how to diagram them.
How do you form compound possessives with nouns and possessive pronouns? Jim and my cat? Jim and my's cat? Jim's and my cat? Learn the rule and take the quiz! It'll be fun!
Is IS always a linking verb? Nope!