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Grammar Content

Parts of Speech

Review of Verbs

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Nouns and Articles 

  • Noun Basics
  • Count Nouns
  • Articles a and an
  • Noncount Nouns
  • The Article the
  • Review of Articles with Nouns
  • Quantifiers with Count and Noncount Nouns
  • Functions of Nouns in a Sentence
  • Possessive Forms of Nouns

Subject-Verb Agreement 

  • Subject-Verb Agreement: Present Tense Verbs
  • Subject-Verb Agreement: Negative Verbs
  • Subject-Verb Agreement: With be (present tense)
  • Subject-Verb Agreement: With be (past tense)
  • Subject-Verb Agreement: With Indefinite Pronouns
  • Subject + Prepositional Phrase + Verb
  • Subject-Verb Agreement: With there + be

Modals

  • What Are Modals?
  • Modals for Requests and Permission
  • Modals of Ability
  • Modals of Necessity
  • Modals of Possibility and Probability
  • Modals of Advisability and Suggestion
  • Negative Modals
  • Questions with Modals: Review

Prepositions

  • What Are Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases? Ill
  • 40 Common Prepositions
  • Describing Place and Time with at, on, in
  • Prepositions of Time
  • Prepositions of Direction or Movement
  • Prepositions in Combination

Adjectives

  • Placement of Adjectives
  • Adjective + Preposition Combinations
  • Be + Adjective Combinations
  • Participial Adjectives
  • Adjective Clauses

Sentence Patterns with Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs 

  • Sentences with be
  • Sentence Patterns with Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
  • Sentence Patterns with Adverbs

 Sentence Types

  • Simple Sentence Review
  • Compound Sentences
  • Better Sentences with Adjective Clauses
  • Better Sentences with Adverb Clauses

Common Grammar Errors

  • Be I Have
  • Make / Do
  • Say /Tell
  • To + Verb
  • Many / Much
  • A Few I A Little
  • Another / Other / Others
  • Too / Very
  • Pronouns, Possessive Adjectives, and Possessive Pronouns
  • Do Not Begin Sentences with and / but / so / or

Source: Top 10 great grammar