Domain: englishplus.com

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Grammar Slammer--English Grammar Resource
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Pronoun Case
Pronouns used as subjects or predicate nominatives (nominative case):. I, you, he, she, it, we, they, who. Pronouns used as objects (objective case): ...
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Pronoun Case
Pronouns used as subjects or predicate nominatives (nominative case):. I, you, he, she, it, we, they, who. Pronouns used as objects (objective case): ...
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Objective Case
The objective case is the form of a noun or pronoun used in the direct ... Personal pronouns in the objective case in modern English are me, you, him, her, ...
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Prepositions
The preposition and the object of the preposition together with any modifiers of the object is known as a prepositional phrase. ...
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Awhile or a While?
Awhile or A While? Awhile is an adverb which means "for a while." A while is two words, the article plus a noun, usually used after the preposition for. ...
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Grammar Slammer--English Grammar Resource
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Exclamation Points
Sometimes called the exclamation mark, the exclamation point is used at the end of a sentence or after an interjection to show strong emotion or emphasis. ...
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Dangling Modifiers
A dangling modifier is a phrase or clause which says something different from what is meant because words are left out. The meaning of the sentence, ...
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Dangling Modifiers
A dangling modifier is a phrase or clause which says something different from what is meant because words are left out. The meaning of the sentence, ...
 
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