• The Sentence
    • What is a Sentence?

    • Four Kinds of Sentences

    • Complete Subjects and Predicates

    • Simple Subjects

    • Simple Predicates

    • Subjects in Imperative Sentences

    • Conjunctions

    • Combining Sentences: Compound Subjects

    • Combining Sentences: Compound Predicates

    • Combining Sentences: Compound Sentences

    • Run-on Sentences

    Nouns

    • What Is a Noun?

    • Singular and Plural Nouns

    • More Plural Nouns

    • Common and Proper Nouns

    • Singular Possessive Nouns

    • Plural Possessive Nouns

    Verbs

    • Action Verb

    • Direct Object

    • Main Verbs and Helping Verbs

    • Linking Verbs

    • Present Tense

    • Past Tense

    • Future Tense

    • Subject-Verb Agreement

    • Contractions with not

    • Regular and Irregular Verbs

    • More Irregular Verbs

    • Verbs Phrases with have

    • teach, learn ; let, leave

    • sit, set ; can, may

    Adjectives and Adverbs

    • What Is an Adjective?

    • Article and Demonstrative Adjectives

    • Comparing Adjectives

    • Comparing with good and bad

    • Proper Adjectives

    Capitalization and Punctuation

    • Capitalizing and Punctuating Sentences

    • Proper Nouns and Proper Adjectives

    • Commas in a Series

    • Interjections

    • Quotation Marks

    • Abbreviations

    • Titles

    Pronouns

    • Subject Pronouns

    • Object Pronouns

    • Using I and me

    • Possessive Pronouns

    • Contractions with Pronouns

    • Double Subjects

    • Using we and us with Nouns

    Adverbs and Prepositions

    • Adverbs

    • Comparing with Adverbs

    • Adjective or Adverb?

    • Negatives

    • Prepositions

    • Prepositional Phrases

    • Object Pronouns in Prepositional Phrases

    • Adverbs or Preposition?

Last Modified on August 24, 2017