Grammar question? Ask the Teachers!

This post is a landing page provided as a place you can visit to answer grammar questions as they come into your mind.  Don’t be shy.  Try to stump the teachers.  We dare you!

Please ask your question as follows:

  1. Create a new post.
  2. Set the post category to “Ask the Teachers” so we can find it easily.
  3. Set other categories and tags as appropriate.
  4. Write your question!
  5. Once we get mail working, we’ll be notified of your question.  In the meantime, I’ll check it at least daily and probably more often.

About TeacherLee

I am the founder of this site and I also serve as an online English teacher here. I have a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and a master's degree in Computing Technology in Education. My background includes nuclear power plant training engineer and operations consultant, college professor, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and MCSE. My hobbies are computers, scuba diving, and playing tennis.
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3 Responses to Grammar question? Ask the Teachers!

  1. Ahmed tgryyt says:

    Hello T.L


    can we add s to the adj Loyal to make it as a plural?

    is there some specifications about adj in this regard?

  2. TeacherLee says:

    Adjectives have no plural form.

    They should almost always be singular.

    Loyal fan, loyal fans, thousands of loyal fans.

  3. Ahmed tgryyt says:

    Hello Teacher Lee,

    I would like to thank you about all what are doing with your students.

    You are always helpful.


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