Introduction Do you remember “Sentence Writing – Step 4 (Compound and Complex Sentences) when we learned about subordinating conjunctions? Guess what? Clauses that begin with subordinating conjunctions are adverb clauses.
Learning how to use adjective clauses is an essential skill if you wish to form advanced English sentences and express complex thoughts. Let’s learn and practice.
Learn about the regular and progressive verb tenses in both active and passive voices.
Traveling abroad after a hectic day of meetings, I needed a break. Seeing a crowded cafe, I entered. Having ordered a vanilla latte, I waited. Looking around, my eyes were
Pronouns are used to take the place or substitute for nouns to avoid repetition of the nouns for simplicity or clarity.
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In this grammar lesson you will learn how to express what you prefer to do or who you prefer to be using the structure I would rather do… than… and
Verbs are used to show actions (walk, talk, see, go) or to describe a condition of existence or state of being (is happy, is tall). Verbs have many attributes such as person, number, voice, mood, and tense.
Prepositions are used to show the relationship of nouns or pronouns with other words in the sentence.
Nouns are words that name a person, place, thing, idea, or concept.
Interjections express strong emotion, like anger, excitement, or commitment. Many interjections are “sound” words that have no meaning in themselves other than just expressing an emotion. One example is “Yuck!”, which expresses a feeling of disgust.
Conjunctions join two or more words, phrases, or clauses. There are two types of conjunctions: coordinate and subordinate.