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  • 101.

    Agreement in Sentences Practice

    Review the lesson for Agreement in Sentences Help. Agreement in Sentences Practice Subject-Verb Agreement Identify the verb that ...

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  • 102.

    Grammar Phrases Practice

    Review the lesson for Grammar Phrases Help. Grammar Phrases Practice Adjective and Adverb Phrases Identify the adjective and adverb phrases in the following ...

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  • 103.

    Grammar and Clauses Practice

    Review the lesson for Grammar and Clauses Help. Grammar and Clauses Practice Independent or Subordinate Clause Determine whether the group of words is an ...

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  • 104.

    Conjunctions Help

    Introduction to Conjunctions When you write, does it matter if your connectors are correlative, coordinating, or subordinating? Does it matter if the elements being connected are similar? Find out here. Conjunctions are connecting ...

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    Conjunctions Practice

    Review the lesson for Conjunctions Help. Conjunctions Practice Coordinating Conjunction In each of the following sentences, identify the coordinating ...

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  • 106.

    Combining Sentences Grammar Help

    Combining Sentences Grammar Help Good writing includes sentences of varying lengths and complexity that make text more appealing and inviting to readers. To start with, you can achieve this by combining your sentences. In this lesson, you will learn how to do just ...

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  • 107.

    Combining Sentences Grammar Practice

    Review the lesson for Combining Sentences Grammar Help. Combining Sentences Grammar Practice Compound Sentences Combine the following simple ...

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  • 108.

    End Punctuation Help

    Periods The most common form of end punctuation, the period (.) indicates the end of declarative sentences (statements of facts) and imperative sentences (simple commands or requests). Examples:

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    End Punctuation Practice

    Review the lesson for End Punctuation Help. End Punctuation Practice Periods Insert periods to correctly punctuate each of the following sentences. You ...

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    Commas, Colons, and Semicolons Practice

    Review the lesson for Commas, Colons, and Semicolons Help. Commas, Colons, and Semicolons Practice Commas Add commas where necessary in the ...

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