Learning Objectives

Lifelong Companion

We aspire to become a lifelong companion for the grammarian. We currently cover topics from the part of the speech, tenses, and sentence composition.

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Learning Standards

We want to be educator friendly, so we cover many concepts from Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. We also work effortlessly to include more questions; our objective is to classify and have standardized test content like the ACT, GRE, and many others.

Content

  • Nouns
  • CollectiveCompoundCommon
    ConcreteAbstractProper
    PossessivePluralsIn Sentence
    ClassificationIrregular Plurals 
  • Pronouns
  • AgreementRelativeInterrogative
    PossessiveObjectSubject
    ReflexiveDemonstrativeIndefinite
    In SentenceAgreementInterrogative Agreement
    Relative AgreementClassification 
  • Verbs
  • IntransitiveFormsModal
    LinkingPhysicalAbstract
    HelpingIrregularTransitive
    SpellingAction vs Linking VerbsAgreement
    Verb SpellingVerbal vs VerbLinking Verb in Sentence
    Agreement QuantitiesPick Verbal 
  • Modifiers
  • Irregular AdjectiveConjunctionsInterrogative Adverbs
    PrepositionsArticlesAdjectives
    Compound AdjectiveAdverbsConjunctive Adverb
    Possessive AdjectiveAdjectives in SentenceAdverbs in Sentence
    Prepositional PhrasesSubordinating ConjunctionsConjunctions in Sentence
    Troublesome PrepositionsTypes of AdjectivesIrregular Adjective
    Order of Adjective  
  • Tenses
  • Past Perfect Present Perfect Future Perfect
    Past Simple Present Simple Future Simple
    Present Continuous Past Continuous Future Continuous
    Pick Tense
  • Miscellaneous
  • Comparative PositiveComparative NegativePassive Voice
    SuperlativeBasic VocabularyIntermediate Vocabulary
    Advanced Vocabulary  
  • Sentences
  • Subject & Verb PhraseDirect & Indirect ObjectInfinitives
    Participles in SentenceSubject ComplementObject Complement
    Adjective ClauseAdverb ClauseNoun Clause
    Identify ClauseDependent vs Independent ClauseIdentify Complements
    Types of Sentences