10 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.
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…
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.
When it comes to titles of things, when do you use italics, underlines, and quotes? Here’s a quick way to remember.
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.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to use coordinating conjunctions, also known as FANBOYS, to combine two complete sentances into a compound sentance.
Hello, in this lesson I will be helping to clarify and introduce some grammar issues and common mistakes in English. This will NOT be a lesson on understanding modern slang.
Many of my students have a hard time identifying relative clauses, which are typical of academic writing. For many, it is also a problem to tell the difference between defining and non-defining relative clauses or to appreciate the importance of these clauses in reading and in writing.
Every word in the English language is one of eight parts of speech. By learning those parts of speech, we began to learn how words work together. By learning how words connect and work together, we find ways to add variety and depth to our writing; and we find it easier to recognize and correct…