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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. […]

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. […]

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. […]

Misplaced modifiers

Misplaced modifiers Readers expect to find modifiers directly before or after the words they modify. 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. […]

Parallelism

Parallels: nouns, verbs, phrases, verbals, verbs 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. Parallelism Parallels: nouns, verbs, phrases, verbals, verbs Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome […] […]

Prepositional phrase

A prepositional Phrase is made up of a preposition, its object and any related modifiers. 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. […]

Phrases – Free Lesson

Four types of phrases A phrase is a group of related words that does not have a subject or a predicate. 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. […]