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 I made something for you! --> Click here to download the free Beginner's Guide to Grammar. Sentence Diagram of the Declaration of Independence Our free guide gives you a fun way to...
This is the place to learn about sentence construction! You use sentences every day, but have you ever thought about exactly what a sentence is? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfgTDf9JejY A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. In order...
Did you know March is Women's History Month? In this article, you'll learn how to celebrate women throughout history in the grades 3–8 classroom with a simple research activity. Plus, download and print my FREE Interesting Women In...
In some situations in English, it can be difficult to decide whether to use a plural or singular verb. Even native speakers get confused in these situations. In this grammar lesson, we will learn how to match subjects...
English On The Go: Reflexive pronouns https://youtu.be/Js2Cw0dqGBs You may not have heard the term "reflexive pronoun" but you're probably already using it. Find out more about reflexive pronouns in this lesson. Reflexive pronouns end in -self or -selves. I use the reflexive pronoun myself if I am speaking...
Have you heard the expression “It takes two to tango”? This isn’t a phrase taken from a dance tutorial but rather a popular saying in English that means that some situations require the involvement of two parties, for...
The paragraph is the primary unit of English composition. It represents the whole of its parts, which include sentences with phrases and clauses formed by letters and words. When composing a paragraph, we might ask...
Did you know March is Women's History Month? In this article, you'll learn how to celebrate women throughout history in the grades 3–8 classroom with a simple research activity. Plus, download and print my FREE Interesting Women In...
While some of our articles focus on minor grammar points or innocent, common mistakes, here we want to tackle a bigger issue. Many people may struggle with the difference between was and were. Because...
In the English language nouns are commonly made plural by adding s or es. For example, car becomes cars and house becomes houses. In this discussion, we’ll consider what irregular plural nouns are. With irregular plural...
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