Reflexive Pronouns

Reflexive pronouns reflect back to the subject of a sentence. The English reflexive pronouns are: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, and themselves. …

Punctuation

The period is a commonly used signal that a sentence has ended. It is used after two …

Plurals

Most English plurals are formed quite simply. Just add -s to the end of a noun: dog → dogs …

Contractions

Contractions are a combination of two words. Often they are a pronoun and a verb. But …

Adverbs

You already know that adjectives modify nouns. For example: the blue house, our little brother, a silly poem. Adverbs are also modifiers, but …

Subjunctive Mood

The subjunctive is used in some limited but important ways. It is used to express a demand, …

Passive Voice

The passive voice is a structure that allows you to make a statement without knowing who performed …

Auxiliary Verbs

You have already encountered three auxiliary (or helping) verbs: be, do, and have. They are conjugated and used with another verb …

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