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Nov 15, 2017
List of Adverbs
See examples of adverbs that effectively answer the different adverb questions. This list of adverbs is for you!
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Nov 07, 2017
How To Make Your Last Name Plural
Learn how to make your last name (surname/family name) plural. You'll also learn how NOT to do it.
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Nov 06, 2017
Sentence fragments are groups of words that don't express a complete thought. They are only part of a sentence. Learn more!
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Nov 05, 2017
What is a noun?
What is a noun? What are their jobs? All of your burning questions will be answered here. You'll also find exercises and sentence diagrams to help you learn.
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Nov 03, 2017
Nouns of Direct Address / Vocative Case
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!
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Nov 01, 2017
Henry Ford Quotes - Diagrammed
See some Henry Ford quotes as sentence diagrams! You know you want to.
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Oct 27, 2017
Sentence Diagramming Puzzles
How are your sentence diagramming skills? Here are five sentences to diagram. Test yourself!
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Oct 25, 2017
The Subordinating Conjunction & A White Bus
The subordinating conjunction is awesome! We use it to join dependent clauses to independent clauses. I'll help you remember some of them with the mnemonic device A WHITE BUS.
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Oct 21, 2017
List of Pronouns
This list of pronouns shows you all kinds of examples of pronouns. Seeing these examples will help you! Check it out.
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Oct 20, 2017
What is a pronoun?
What is a pronoun? I'll tell you all about this awesome part of speech. Check it out!
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Oct 18, 2017
Compound Possessive Pronoun & Noun
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!
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Oct 10, 2017
Personal Pronouns & Apostrophes
Apostrophes show possession, but do we use apostrophes with personal pronouns?
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Oct 06, 2017
Adjective Clauses (Relative Clauses)
Adjective clauses (or "relative clauses") are introduced by relative pronouns or relative adverbs. They are pretty awesome, so you should check them out.
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Sep 30, 2017
Noun Clauses Are Subordinate Clauses
Noun clauses are a type of subordinate clause. They're cool because the whole clause acts as a noun. Check it out!
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Sep 29, 2017
What is a verb?
What is a verb? You'll find out in this awesome verb overview! Learn the types of verbs and the ways they act. Check it out!
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Sep 27, 2017
Learn Why WOULD OF, COULD OF, & SHOULD OF Are Mistakes
Learn why WOULD OF, COULD OF and SHOULD OF are mistakes.
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Sep 22, 2017
List of Prepositions
This list of prepositions gives you a wealth of examples to help you understand prepositions. Don't miss the song- it's catchy!
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Sep 18, 2017
Learn these six musts for teaching grammar!
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Sep 11, 2017
The Compound Sentence
Learn all about the compound sentence. Seeing it diagrammed will burn the definition into your memory forever!
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Sep 07, 2017
The Compound-Complex Sentence
Learn all about the compound-complex sentence. Seeing it diagrammed will clear up any confusion that you may have.
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