Fragments, Run ons, and Comma SplicesSentence Fragments If you remember, simple sentences in English must have three things: a subject and a verb, and theyRead more. Compound and Complex SentencesThe video illustrates how to write compound and complex sentences.Read more. What is the difference between Make, Have, and Get?Make, have, get are used in a number of different ways in the English language. One way we use themRead more. WHICH ADJECTIVE COMES FIRST?Adjective Order When we use more than one adjective, we put them in a certain order. In other words, weRead more. Using CommasTips on using commas When writing compound sentences, use a comma before the coordinating conjunction. John went to the bank, and he went to the postRead more. have gone & have beenI am frequently asked what the difference is between have gone and have been. Generally speaking, when we say, “He has goneRead more. Using CommasWhen writing compound sentences, use a comma before the coordinating conjunction. John went to the bank, and he went to the postRead more. USING THE WORD “MAKE”Look at the following examples using the word “MAKE.” In these examples “MAKE” means to REQUIRE, or even FORCE someoneRead more. When to Use SHOULD, When to Use MUSTShould and must are modal verbs. We use should when we want to give advice or warn against something. SuchRead more.