Grammar Rules

I or Me, Who or Whom

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I and me are personal pronouns, which are commonly confused in speech and writing. Here are the correct ways to use them. When to Use I I is a subjective pronoun, meaning that it should be used in the subject of a sentence. The subject is whoever is doing the action. If you are doing…

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How to Use Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjectives: Adjectives are words that describe nouns or pronouns. Generally an adjective that comes before a noun will be written right next to the noun. In the sentence “The black cat ran,” cat is the noun and the adjective black comes directly before it. An adjective that comes after the noun will also usually follow…

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That vs. Which

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To understand when to use “that” or “which,” you will first need to understand what a clause is. A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb. There are two kinds of clauses: independent and dependent. An independent clause can stand alone as a sentence. For example: I would love…

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Subject and Verb Agreement

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When you compose a sentence, your subjects and verbs must agree. This means that you must use the correct verb form that matches the number of objects in your subjects. A singular subject, such as the dog must have a singular verb, such as eats to create the dog eats. Mostly, these types of errors…

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