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To what extent does knowing grammar help you write well? What is the relationship between grammar and writing?
Are you ready to learn when to use commas with appositives? Good! I thought so!
What is an appositive? It’s a noun or pronoun that renames another noun or pronoun. They share characteristics of nouns and adjectives. I’ll tell you more here!
Do you know what participles are? They are forms of verbs that can function as verbs or adjectives. Let’s look more closely at what that means!
What is a simple sentence? It's the simplest of the four sentence structures, so it should be easy for us to explore!
Let's diagram a sentence together! "We don't talk about Bruno." You can also sign up for our upcoming Diagrammed Disney Song Lyrics challenge.
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What is an interjection? Well, gee whiz, it's your time to learn! Get all your questions answered, and have fun while you do it!
Learning the English parts of speech is a must if you want to learn grammar. See definitions and lists of all eight. Come on over and have a little fun!
Let's diagram some Christmas song lyrics together! We'll look at the grammar of sentences from nonreligious holiday songs. It'll be fun and festive!
Learn how to make your last name (surname/family name) plural. You'll also learn how NOT to do it.
Turn your TV into an art display! Use these beautiful fall paintings with sentence diagrams as a screensaver or print them out as art.
Why was the word 'hallowe'en" written with an apostrophe?
What are helping verbs? Learn what they have to do with verb phrases. I'll sing you two helping verb songs and I'll show you a list of helping verbs. Join me!
What are collective nouns? Are they singular or plural? This lesson will help you answer these burning questions.
The apostrophe has three purposes. Do you know them?
Misusing "everyday" and "every day" is a common grammar mistake. Learn what these mean and how to use them properly. Also, take the quiz and test yourself!
Possessive nouns can do something special. Check it out. "I can't find MY mom's keys." What is MY modifying in that sentence? Read more and find out!
"A teacher affects eternity. He can never tell where his influence stops." Let's use sentence diagrams to look at those two sentences!
Find everything you wanted to know about sentence structure! (Including sentence diagrams!) Read more. You know you want to.
Continue reading "Sentence Structure (Simple, Compound, Complex, & Compound-Complex)"
Linking verbs link things. Got it? Probably not. Don't worry; I'll teach you everything you need to know!