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15. Troublesome Words 2


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Pretest: Troublesome Words 2 Lesson 1: Accept vs. Except

3. Verbs

Lesson 2: Affect vs. Effect Lesson 3: Advice vs. Advise

Pretest: Verbs

Lesson 4: Between vs. Among, Amongst

Lesson 1: Action Verbs

Lesson 5: Bad vs. Badly

Lesson 2: Helping Verbs

5. Modifiers: Adjectives and Adverbs

Lesson 3: Linking Verbs

2. Pronouns Pretest: Pronouns Lesson 1: Personal Pronouns

Lesson 2: Cases of Personal Pronouns

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1. Nouns Pretest: Nouns Lesson 1: What Is a Noun? Lesson 2: Common and Proper Nouns Lesson 3: Singular and Plural Nouns 1 Lesson 4: Singular and Plural Nouns 2

Lesson 4: Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns Lesson 5: Interrogative Pronouns Lesson 6: Demonstrative Pronouns Lesson 7: Relative Pronouns Lesson 8: Indefinite Pronouns Review: Types of Pronouns Quiz: Types of Pronouns Lesson 9: Pronoun Agreement

Lesson 4: Action vs. Linking Verbs Lesson 5: The Verb To Be Review: Types of Verbs

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4. Sentence Parts

Quiz: Types of Verbs Lesson 6: Principal Parts of Verbs

Pretest: Sentence Parts

Lesson 7: Irregular Verbs

Lesson 1: Simple Subjects

Lesson 8: Tenses of Verbs

Lesson 2: Simple Predicates

Lesson 9: Shifts in Verb Tense

Lesson 3: Challenging Subjects

Lesson 10: Idiomatic Verbs

Lesson 4: Compound Subjects and Predicates

Lesson 11: Active vs. Passive Voice

Lesson 5: Complete Subjects and Predicates

Lesson 12: Moods of Verbs

Review: Subjects and Predicates

Review: Using Tenses

Quiz: Subjects and Predicates

Quiz: Using Tenses

Lesson 6: Direct Objects

Lesson 13: Agreement of Verbs

Lesson 7: Challenges with Direct Objects

Lesson 14: Challenges in Verb Agreement

Lesson 8: Indirect Objects

Lesson 15: More Challenges in Verb Agreem...

Lesson 9: Subject Complements

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Lesson 6: Breath vs. Breathe

14. Troublesome Words 1

Pretest: Modifiers: Adjectives and Adverbs Lesson 1: Adjectives Lesson 2: Different Types of Adjectives Lesson 3: Compound Adjectives Lesson 4: Order of Adjectives Review: Identifying Adjectives Quiz: Identifying Adjectives Lesson 5: Adverbs Modifying Verbs Lesson 6: Adverbs Modifying Adjectives Lesson 7: Adverbs Modifying Other Adverbs Lesson 8: Special Types of Adverbs Lesson 9: Adjective versus Adverb Review: Identifying Adverbs Quiz: Identifying Adverbs Lesson 10: Comparing with Adjectives and ...

6. Prepositions

9. Clauses 8. Verbals and Phrases

Pretest: Prepositions Lesson 1: Prepositions and Prepositional... Lesson 2: Compound Prepositions and Comp...

Pretest: Verbals and Phrases

Lesson 3: Preposition versus Adverb

Lesson 1: Verbals

Lesson 4: Adjective Prepositional Phrases

Lesson 2: Participles and Participial Ph...

Lesson 5: Adverb Prepositional Phrases Lesson 6: Prepositional Phrases as Nouns

Pretest: Troublesome Words 1

7. Conjunctions and Interjections

Review: Prepositional Phrases

Lesson 3: Restrictive and Nonrestrictive... Lesson 4: Misplaced Participial Phrases Lesson 5: Gerunds and Gerund Phrases

Quiz: Prepositional Phrases

Pretest: Conjunctions and Interjections

Lesson 6: Infinitives and Infinitive Phr...

Lesson 7: Layered Prepositional Phrases

Lesson 1: Coordinate Conjunctions

Lesson 7: Classifying Verbals and Verbal...

Lesson 8: Adjective or Adverb Prepositio...

Lesson 2: Correlative Conjunctions

Review: Verbals

Lesson 9: Placement Problems and Danglin...

Lesson 3: Parallel Ideas

Quiz: Verbals

Lesson 1: Lie, Lying, Lay, Lain vs. Lie,... Lesson 2: Lie, Lying, Lay, Lain vs. Lay,...

Pretest: Clauses Lesson 1: What is a Clause?

Lesson 3: Its vs. It's, 'Tis

13. Additional Punctuation

11. Punctuation: End Marks and Commas

Lesson 2: Adjective Clauses

Lesson 5: Your vs. You're

Lesson 3: Restrictive and Nonrestrictive... Lesson 4: Adverb Clauses Lesson 5: Noun Clauses Lesson 6: Classifying Dependent Clauses Review: Clause Types Quiz: Clause Types Lesson 7: Kinds of Sentences / Sentence ... Lesson 8: Simple and Compound Sentences

10. Capitalization Pretest: Capitalization Lesson 1: Names of People Lesson 2: Titles Lesson 3: Names of Places Lesson 4: Names of Groups of People

Pretest: Punctuation: End Marks and Commas Lesson 1: Sentence End Marks Lesson 2: Periods in Abbreviations Lesson 3: Commas in a Series Lesson 4: Commas with Adjectives Lesson 5: Commas in Compound Sentences Lesson 6: Commas in Complex Sentences

Lesson 4: Set vs. Sit

12. Punctuation: Quotation Marks

Pretest: Additional Punctuation

Lesson 6: Their, There, and They're

Lesson 1: Apostrophes

Lesson 7: To, Too, and Two

Lesson 2: Semicolons

Lesson 8: You and I vs. You and Me

Lesson 3: Colons

Lesson 9: Who vs. Whom

Review: Apostrophes, Semicolons, and Colons

Lesson 10: All Ready vs. Already

Quiz: Apostrophes, Semicolons, and Colons

Lesson 11: All Together vs. Altogether

Lesson 4: Hyphens

Lesson 12: All Ways vs. Always

Lesson 5: The Em Dash and En Dash

Lesson 13: Everyone vs. Every One

Lesson 7: Bring, Take, Fetch, and Carry Lesson 8: Capital vs. Capitol Lesson 9: Complement vs. Compliment Lesson 10: Emigrate vs. Immigrate Lesson 11: Farther vs. Further Lesson 12: Council vs. Counsel Lesson 13: Principal vs. Principle Lesson 14: Whether vs. Weather Lesson 15: Allay vs. Alley vs. Ally Lesson 16: Allude vs. Elude Lesson 17: Allusion vs. Illusion Lesson 18: All-round vs. All Around Lesson 19: Alternate vs. Alternative Lesson 20: Apprehend vs. Comprehend Lesson 21: Born vs. Borne Lesson 22: Censor vs. Censure

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Lesson 5: Irregular Plural Nouns

Lesson 10: Challenges in Pronoun Agreement

Lesson 16: Difficult Verbs: Lie/Lay

Lesson 10: Object Complements

Lesson 11: Challenging Comparisons

Lesson 10: Troublesome Prepositions

Lesson 4: Conjunctive Adverbs

Lesson 8: Appositives and Appositive Phr...

Lesson 9: Complex and Compound-Complex S...

Lesson 5: Names of Things

Lesson 7: Commas with Introductory Eleme...

Pretest: Punctuation: Quotation Marks

Lesson 6: The Ellipsis

Lesson 14: Award vs. Reward

Lesson 23: Notable vs. Notorious, Notoriety

Lesson 6: Compound Nouns

Lesson 11: Indefinite Pronoun Agreement

Lesson 17: Difficult Verbs: Sit/Set

Lesson 11: Distinguishing Between Objects...

Lesson 12: Challenging Adjectives and Adv...

Lesson 11: Commas with Prepositional Phra...

Lesson 5: Subordinating Conjunctions

Lesson 9: Restrictive and Nonrestrictive...

Lesson 10: Classifying Sentences

Lesson 6: Names in School

Lesson 8: Commas with Interruptions

Lesson 1: Quoting Someone's Exact Words

Lesson 7: Parentheses and Brackets

Lesson 15: Anger, Angry vs. Mad

Lesson 24: Persecute vs. Prosecute

Lesson 7: Collective Nouns

Review: Pronoun Agreement

Lesson 18: Difficult Verbs: Rise/Raise

Lesson 12: Classifying Verbs

Lesson 13: Common Mistakes and Dangling M...

Lesson 12: Idiomatic Verbs

Lesson 6: Other Words that Act as Conjun...

Lesson 10: Absolute Phrases

Lesson 11: Run-On Sentences and Fragments

Lesson 7: Names on the Calendar

Lesson 9: Commas with Nonessential Eleme...

Lesson 2: Quotation Marks with Dialogue

Lesson 8: The Slash (Virgule)

Lesson 16: Can vs. May

Lesson 25: Continual, Continuous, and Con...

Lesson 8: Possessive Nouns

Quiz: Pronoun Agreement

Review: Agreement and Difficult Verbs

Review: Objects and Complements

Review: Using Adjectives and Adverbs

Review: Working with Prepositional Phr...

Lesson 7: As/As if Versus Like

Review: Appositive and Absolute Phrases

Review: Sentence Types

Lesson 8: Firsts

Lesson 10: Using Commas to Avoid the Absurd

Lesson 3: More on Quotation Marks with Dialogue

Review: Hyphen, Dash, Ellipsis, Parentheses, and Slash

Lesson 17: Fewer vs. Less

Lesson 26: Sight vs. Site, Cite

Lesson 9: Classifying Nouns

Review: Pronouns

Quiz: Agreement and Difficult Verbs

Quiz: Objects and Complements

Quiz: Using Adjectives and Adverbs

Quiz: Working with Prepositional Phr...

Lesson 8: Interjections

Quiz: Appositive and Absolute Phrases

Quiz: Sentence Types

Lesson 9: Conventions

Lesson 11: Comma Conventions

Lesson 4: Quotation Marks vs. Italics in Titles

Quiz: Hyphen, Dash, Ellipsis, Parentheses, and Slash

Lesson 18: Lose vs. Loose

Lesson 27: Stationary vs. Stationery

Review: Nouns

Posttest: Pronouns

Review: Verbs

Review: Sentence Parts

Review: Modifiers: Adjectives and Adverbs

Review: Prepositions

Review: Conjunctions and Interjections

Review: Verbals and Phrases

Review: Clauses

Review: Capitalization

Review: Punctuation: End Marks and Commas

Review: Punctuation: Quotation Marks

Review: Additional Punctuation

Review: Troublesome Words 1

Review: Troublesome Words 2

Posttest: Verbs

Posttest: Sentence Parts

Posttest: Modifiers: Adjectives and Adverbs

Posttest: Prepositions

Posttest: Conjunctions and Interjections

Posttest: Verbals and Phrases

Posttest: Clauses

Posttest: Capitalization

Posttest: Punctuation: End Marks and Commas

Posttest: Punctuation: Quotation Marks

Posttest: Additional Punctuation

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