13 Grammar Tutorials

These Grammar tutorials are written by experienced educators, all of whom also offer private tutoring lessons. Get the Grammar help you need, whether through these tutorials or through private tutoring lessons.

Subject Verb Agreement

In English, we conjugate our verbs based on the subject. If the verb is conjugated incorrectly, we call it a subject verb agreement error.

Same word, Different Meaning!

The English language has so many ways to express themselves through words. It can be difficult and confusing to young children. These words sound the same but have different meaning and spellings!

What makes a complete sentence?

Recognizing a complete sentence is the first step to correctly adding punctuation to it. The three basic elements of a complete sentence are easy to learn.

Pronouns- Subject Verb Agreement

Too frequently, I read sentences containing “them, their, or they” used incorrectly as singular, gender neutral pronouns renaming a noun without specifying gender. The subject verb agreement is incorrect in these cases. A grammatically correct sentence must have subject verb agreement in number and gender. Using “them, their, or they” to rename a singular noun…

When to use certain words

Quite a lot of people still seem to have difficulty when or where to apply to, two, too, were, we’re, where, there, their, they’re. Hopefully we can break down some of these to be better understood, and less of a hassle to work with in the future.

Social Media

People tend to write how they talk on Social Media.

Italics vs Quotes

When it comes to titles of things, when do you use italics, underlines, and quotes? Here’s a quick way to remember.

Grammar errors

Here is a list of a few sentences that contain grammatical errors.

They’re, Their, or There???

Often times, it can be difficult to know which form of the word is appropriate in a given context. This demonstration will hopefully help to eliminate some of the confusion.

Using Coordinating Conjunctions and Compound Sentances

In this tutorial, we will learn how to use coordinating conjunctions, also known as FANBOYS, to combine two complete sentances into a compound sentance.

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