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Complex and compound-complex sentences Complex sentences are simple sentences with dependent or subordinate clauses added to them. Compound-complex sentences are compound sentences with dependent or subordinate clauses added to them.
Complex and compound-complex sentences Complex sentences are simple sentences with dependent or subordinate clauses added to them. Compound-complex sentences are compound sentences with dependent or subordinate clauses added to them.
Appositives We use appositives to redefine or clarify a noun phrase; test your knowledge in this exercise!
Appositives We use appositives to redefine or clarify a noun phrase; test your knowledge in this exercise!
Compound prepositions Identify and use less common prepositions with multiple syllables.
Compound prepositions Identify and use less common prepositions with multiple syllables.
Meet the preposition with pictures Which preposition works best with the illustration?
Meet the preposition with pictures Which preposition works best with the illustration?
Meet the adverb Learn to identify adverbs and the words they describe.
Meet the adverb Learn to identify adverbs and the words they describe.
Relative pronouns Learn to use relative pronouns to link clauses together!
Relative pronouns Learn to use relative pronouns to link clauses together!
Advanced (plural) possession Possessive plurals have a complicated relationship with apostrophes, but this exercise is here to help you understand it!
Advanced (plural) possession Possessive plurals have a complicated relationship with apostrophes, but this exercise is here to help you understand it!
Adjective order Put adjectives in the right order, using your new favorite memory aid, DOSA-SCOMP.
Adjective order Put adjectives in the right order, using your new favorite memory aid, DOSA-SCOMP.
Apostrophes and plurals Apostrophes are generally not used to form English plurals, but there are a few exceptions.
Apostrophes and plurals Apostrophes are generally not used to form English plurals, but there are a few exceptions.
Auxiliary (helping) verbs Is the underlined verb the main verb in the sentence, or is it helping the main verb?
Auxiliary (helping) verbs Is the underlined verb the main verb in the sentence, or is it helping the main verb?