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GrammarQuiz – Sentence Order

The word order of most English sentences is ‘subject-verb-object/complement. Writers may change the order to place special emphasis on a particular word, phrase or clause. To try my GrammarQuiz on Sentence Order – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below. […]

Grammar Tutorial – Sentence Order

 The standard sentence order is: ‘subject-verb-object/predicate adjective/predicate noun. So, why am I about to introduce different sentence orders? To learn more about sentence order, listen to my Tutorial – click HERE. […]

Verbals

There are three types of verbals: participle, gerund or infinitive. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Sentence order

The word order of most English sentences is ‘subject-verb-object/complement. Writers may change the order to place special emphasis on a particular word, phrase or clause. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Adverb

The form of adverbs can change to show the degree to which a certain quality is present. There are three degrees of comparison: positive, comparative, and superlative. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Adverb II

The form of adverbs can change to show the degree to which a certain quality is present. There are three degrees of comparison: positive, comparative, and superlative. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Adverb III

Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives and adverbs. They usually answer the questions when, where, where, how, in what manner or to what extent. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Clauses: independent and dependent

An independent clause may stand alone as a sentence. A dependent clause must always be accompanied by an independent clause. An adjective clause modifies a noun or pronoun. An adverb clause modifies a verb, adverb or adjective. A noun clause acts as a noun and therefore can be a subject, object or predicate noun Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR […] […]

Kinds of clauses

An independent clause may stand alone as a sentence. A dependent clause must always be accompanied by an independent clause. An adjective clause modifies a noun or pronoun. An adverb clause modifies a verb, adverb or adjective. A noun clause acts as a noun and therefore can be a subject, object or predicate noun. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR […] […]

Reduce clauses to phrases

Reduce adjective, adverb and noun clauses to phrases when a phrase can do the work of a clause. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]