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50 Problem Words and Phrases

50 Problem Words and Phrases Compiled by Mark Nichol 1. a while / awhile: “A while” is a noun phrase; awhile is an adverb. 2. all together / altogether: All together now — “We will refrain from using that two-word … Continue reading

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GRAM_Direct Object

direct object Function: noun Inflected forms: plural ∼ -jects Meaning: grammar : a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase which indicates the person or thing that receives the action of a verb ▪ “Me” in “He likes me” is a direct … Continue reading

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(Video) Conjunctions, School House Rock

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Sentence Fragments Short Movie

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Sentence fragment Exercise 1

Exercise : Sentence Fragments Exercise 1 The sentences below appeared in papers written by students. Act as their editor, marking a C if the sentences in the group are all complete and an F if any of the sentences in … Continue reading

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