Power players of sentences, subjects, and verbs must get along, which means that the appropriate verb for the subject is used. Subjects and verbs must match in number; That is, both should be either singular or plural. Explanation of pronoun-precursor compliance (including exercises). (Video) Discussion of the consistency of the verb form with training exercises. Comprehensive discussion of the six basic verb forms with links to additional information about verbs. Explanation of the relationship between verbs and their use. (Video) The Difference Between Adjectives and Adverbians (Purdue Online Writing Lab) discusses the three most widely used verb forms in academic writing. Explain the differences between adjectives and adverbians. Overview of adjectives and adverbians (including training exercises). . Explains the basic rules of mating and using adjectives with countable and countless nouns and a few other basic rules.

Overview of using quotation marks (with links to exercises). Prepositional sentences (Hippocampus NROC Collection) Introduction to the adjective and its use (including exercises). (Video). . On the one hand, the differences between sentences and clauses (including exercises). (VIdeo). Count and Noncount Nouns: Basic Rules (Purdue Online Writing Lab) Detailed description of parallelism, various errors, and review strategies (with links to the exercise quiz). . .

. Explanation of spleißes commas and how to correct them. (Video) Detailed description of the different types of conjunctions and their use, as well as tips for reviewing common errors. . . . Parallel form (Capital Community College Foundation) Identification of independent and dependent clauses (Purdue Online Writing Lab) Selection of the right case of pron (Capital Community College Foundation) Introduction and use of articles (including practice exercises and links to additional videos on articles). (Video). In-depth discussion on independent and dependent clauses. Exercise: Article Exercise 1 (Purdue Online Writing Lab). Overview of comma rules with sample sentences and exercise exercises. .

Training exercises (with links to additional exercises). . A guide to sexist language, including the use of sexist pronouns. Relative pronouns: introduction and generalization of clause definition (Purdue Online Writing Lab). Exercise: Run-Ons, Virgule-Spleiße and Fused Sentences (Purdue Online Writing Lab). Detailed discussion of the use of the comma (with links to the practice quiz). How certain parts of the language work in a single sentence (Hippocampus NROC Collection). Introduction to Verb Forms (Purdue Online Writing Lab) Explains four uses for dashes with sample sentences in a video included in the practice exercises. Prepositions for Time, Place, and Input Objects (Purdue Online Writing Lab) Discussion on how to identify and use conjunctions (including exercises). Detailed explanation of the possibilities of using sub-columns. (Video) Comma sples, run-on sentences and fused sentences. .

Dangling Modifiers and How to Correct Them (Purdue Online Writing Lab) Overview of the three types of the final puncture. (Video). Explanation of how to fix modifiers that swing and misplace. . . . Overview of sentence construction (with links to other videos). (Video) Run-on Sentences, Comma Splices (Capital Community College) Explanation of how to recognize prepositional sentences in a sentence. (Video).

Explanation of the rules for using sub-columns, double periods, and dashes in list format. Coordinated and subordinate conjunctions (Hippocampus NROC Collection) Overview of the parallel structure (levels of words, sentences and sentences). Several links to videos and handouts (with links to exercises) that discuss the use of commas. Using quotation marks (Purdue Online Writing Lab) end of punctuation (dots, question marks, and exclamation marks) illustrates the three sentence errors and provides diagrams that model the possibilities for revision. . . .