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Welcome

6 Musts for Teaching Grammar
5 Steps for Learning Grammar
Sentence Diagrams & The One Question You Should Be Asking

Sentence Diagramming Exercises

Chapter 1: Basic Sentence Diagramming
Chapter 2: Diagramming Modifiers (Adjectives & Adverbs)
Chapter 3: Diagramming Prepositional Phrases
Chapter 4: Diagramming Coordinating Conjunctions
Chapter 5: Diagramming Interjections & Nouns of Direct Address
Chapter 6: Diagramming Types of Verbs - Part 1
Chapter 7: Diagramming Types of Verbs - Part 2
Chapter 8: Diagramming Subordinating Conjunctions (Adverb Clauses)
Chapter 9: Diagramming Relative Pronouns (Adjective Clauses)
Chapter 10: Diagramming The Noun Clause
Chapter 11: Diagramming Verbals
Sentence Diagramming Exercises Book
Sentence Diagramming Examples


Parts of Speech

Nouns

Pronouns

Verbs

Adjectives

Adverbs

Prepositions
Conjunctions
Interjections


Diagramming Sentences Index

Diagramming the Parts of Speech
Diagramming Phrases
Diagramming Clauses
Diagramming Verbs
Diagramming Verbals
Sentence Diagramming Reference Manual

Word Lists

List of Nouns
List of Pronouns
List of Verbs
List of Adjectives
List of Adverbs
List of Prepositions
List of Conjunctions
List of Interjections

Grammar Quizzes

Chapter 1: Parts of Speech Quizzes
Chapter 2: Types of Sentences Quizzes
Chapter 3: Parts of a Sentence
Chapter 4: Grammar Quiz: Fragments & Run-On Sentences
1912 Grammar Test for 8th Graders + Answers

Grammar Games

Puzzlers
Diagram Sentences
Sentence Diagramming Puzzles

Verb Tenses

Future Perfect Tense Verbs
Irregular Verbs
Past Participles
Past Perfect Tense Verbs
Past Progressive/Past Continuous
Regular Verbs
Simple Past Tense Verbs
Simple Present Tense Verbs

Sentence Structure

Comma Splice
Run-on Sentences
Sentence Construction
Sentence Fragments
Simple Sentence
Compound Sentence
Complex Sentence
Complex Sentences & Compound Sentences: How to Tell the Difference
Compound-Complex Sentence


Sentence Types

Declarative Sentences
The Interrogative Sentence: What exactly is it?
Interrogative Sentences: Learn the grammar of questions
Exclamatory Sentences
Imperative Sentences
Imperative Sentences Beginning with Nouns of Direct Address


English Phrases

Appositive Phrases
Prepositional Phrases
Participial Phrases Verb Phrases
Gerund Phrases
Infinitive Phrases

Clauses

Subordinate Clauses
Noun Clauses Adjective Clauses
Adverb Clauses
Elliptical Clauses: A Type of Adverb Clause

Proper Grammar Usage

Active and Passive Voice
Capitalization Rules
Comma Splice
Everyday or Every Day: A Common Grammar Mistake
The Exclamation Mark
Grammar Checker
Idiomatic Expressions
Misplaced Modifiers
Pet Peeves
Phrasal Verbs
Punctuation Rules
Subject Verb Agreement
There is... There are...
Who vs Whom

Teaching Kids Poetry

Poetry Lesson Plan for Columbus

Celebrity Quotes - Diagrammed

Walt Disney
Thomas Edison
Albert Einstein
Malcolm Forbes
Henry Ford
Benjamin Franklin
Victor Hugo
Hugh Jackman
Steve Jobs
Robert Pattinson
J K Rowling
Robert Louis Stevenson Quotes
Henry David Thoreau
Mark Twain
Oscar Wilde
William Wordsworth

Interviews

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Grammar Hulk
Phyllis Davenport
Grammarman
Josef Essberger
Diana Tower
Paul Brians
Linda DeVore
Grammar Girl (Mignon Fogarty)
Lucy Ferriss
Lisa VanDamme

Miscellaneous

Grammar Testimonials
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