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English Grammar Workbooklet
 

Standard Grammar

THIS ENGLISH GRAMMAR WORKBOOKLET

LETS YOU TEACH YOURSELF

OR YOUR CHILD

OR STUDENT.

The thirty-seven grammar lessons/exercises are taught in sequence and in a building block procedure. Listed below are the actual grammar lessons/concepts that are in the Grammar Workbooklet. 
 

Part 1— Grammar

1-A          Prepositions

1-B           Objects of Prepositions

1-C          Prepositional Phrases

2-A          Subjects and Action Verbs

2-B           Subjects and No-Action Verbs

2-C          Subject and Helping Verbs

2-D          More Than One Subject or Verb

2-E           Turned Around Sentences and  

                 Understood Subject “You”

3               Direct Objects

4               Indirect Objects

5-A          Subject Complements

5-B           Subject Complements -

                 Predicate Nominative

6               Nouns

7               Pronouns

8               Adjectives

9               Adverbs

10             Conjunctions and Interjections

11             Parts of Speech

12-A        Clauses

12-B         Subordinate Clauses

13             Phrases

 

 

 

 
 

SELF TAUGHT with

ANSWER KEY









 

Part 2 — Grammar Usage

1-A          Subject/Verb Agreement: Singular and

                  Plural Subjects

1-B           Subject/Verb Agreement: Subject/Verb 

                 Agree in Number

1-C          Subject/Verb Agreement: Subject/Verb

                 Separate

1-D          Subject/Verb Agreement: Singular

                 Pronouns as Subjects

1-E           Subject/Verb Agreement: Singular or

                 Plural Pronouns

1-F           Subject/Verb Agreement: Compound

                 Subjects

1-G          Subject/Verb Agreement: Singular

                 Subjects Seen Plural

1-H          Subject/Verb Agreement: Collective

                 Nouns as Subjects

2               Pronoun and Antecedent Agreement

3-A            Principal Parts of Verbs

3-B            Principal Parts of Verbs: Verbs Often

                 Used Incorrectly

4-A          Using Adjectives and Adverbs Correctly

4-B           Using Adjectives and Adverbs

                 Correctly: Good and Well

4-C          Comparisons Using Adjectives and

                 Adverbs

4-D          Negative Words

5               Using Pronouns Correctly

 

 PERFECT preparation for:

 

    No Child Left Behind

    State tests

    SAT and ACT

    Race to The Top