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Active Voice and Passive Voice I
Active Voice and Passive Voice II
Adverb or Adjective? Do it more quickly; not, Do it quicker
An versus A, I
An versus A, II
Clauses I: independent, main, and subordinate clauses, etc.
Clauses II: restrictive, nonrestrictive, and noun clauses, etc.
Clauses III: adjectival and adverbial clauses
Commas: 12 Major Uses Explained
Commas: Use a Comma before a Name
Comparisons: As … as
Comparisons: Missing Words
Comparisons: Taller than
Different from, Different than, Different to
Either or, Neither nor
Fewer or Less Than?
Fragments (Sentence Fragments)
Only: Misplacement and Correction
Parts of Speech
Phrases I: noun and appositive phrases
Phrases II: gerund, adjectival, and participial phrases
Phrases III: verb, infinitive, and adverbial phrases
Phrases IV: prepositional phrases
Phrases V: prepositional and absolute phrases
Plan On or Plan To?
Plus: Starting a Sentence With Plus
Prepositions: Compound or Phrasal Prepositions
Prepositions: How to Choose the Right Preposition
Prepositions: How to Understand What Prepositions Are Doing
Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement I
Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement II
Pronouns: Myself: How to Use Reflexive Pronouns
Pronouns: Relative Pronouns: That, Which I
Pronouns: Relative Pronouns: That, Which II
Pronouns: Relative Pronouns: Who versus That
Pronouns: Relative Pronouns: Who, Whom
Reason Why is Because
Sentence Structure I: Simple Sentences
Sentence Structure II: Compound Sentences
Sentence Structure III: Complex Sentences
Sentence Structure IV: Complex-Compound Sentences
Sentence Structure V: Normal Prose
Subject-Verb Agreement I
Subject-Verb Agreement II
Subject-Verb Agreement III
Subject-Verb Agreement IV: The Prepositional-Phrase Problem
Subjunctive Mood I
Subjunctive Mood II
Subjunctive Mood III
Suppose to or Supposed to?
The Apostrophe with Possessive Nouns but Not Attributive Nouns
Use to or Used to?
Verbals: Gerunds, Infinitives, Participles, I
Verbals: Gerunds, Infinitives, Participles, II
Would of; Should of; Could of
Writing Responsibly on the Internet
Adverbs: -ly and flat adverbs I
Adverbs: -ly and flat adverbs II
Can I, May I
Couple (Couple of)
Ending a Sentence with a Preposition
Most Everyone … Most Everybody
Often: Silent or Spoken t?
Pronunciation of “Read”: “Reed” or “Red”?
Repetition: Eliminating the Habit of Repetition
Snuck or Sneaked?
Suppose to or Supposed to?
Wanna or Want to?
Way: way too much; way less
Went or Gone? Forms of Verbs
Who or Whom?
You and I or You and Me?
You Better Do This, or You HAD Better Do This?