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Fragments, Run ons, and Comma Splices
Sentence Fragments If you remember, simple sentences in English must have three things: a subject and a verb, and they
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Compound and Complex Sentences
The video illustrates how to write compound and complex sentences.
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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 them
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WHICH ADJECTIVE COMES FIRST?
Adjective Order When we use more than one adjective, we put them in a certain order. In other words, we
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Using Commas
Tips on using commas When writing compound sentences, use a comma before the coordinating conjunction. John went to the bank, and he went to the post
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have gone & have been
I am frequently asked what the difference is between have gone and have been. Generally speaking, when we say, “He has gone
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Using Commas
When writing compound sentences, use a comma before the coordinating conjunction. John went to the bank, and he went to the post
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USING THE WORD “MAKE”
Look at the following examples using the word “MAKE.” In these examples “MAKE” means to REQUIRE, or even FORCE someone
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When to Use SHOULD, When to Use MUST
Should and must are modal verbs. We use should when we want to give advice or warn against something.  Such
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