Grammar is the part of writing that helps us understand how to use the rights words in the right order. The videos on this page will help you understand parts of speech and parts of sentences.
They will also help you to understand the four types of sentences and explain the best practices for writing clearly and effectively for your college classes.
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What Is Grammar?
“What Is Grammar?”
Parts of Speech
Parts of Speech are the building blocks for every sentence in the English language. Understanding each of the 8 parts of speech will help you to understand the function of each word in a sentence.
“What Are Nouns?”
“What Are Verbs?”
“What Are Adjectives?”
“What Are Adverbs?”
“What Are Conjunctions?”
“What Are Prepositions?”
“What Are Pronouns?”
“What Are Interjections?”
Parts of Sentences
Once you understand the parts of speech, you can understand the parts of a sentence. These are the blocks you’ll need to use to build up your understanding of how words, phrases, and clauses work together to form the grammar of English.
“What Is a Subject?”
“What Is a Predicate?”
“What Is a Clause?”
Types of Sentences
There are four types of sentences. Understanding each type will cap off your understanding of English grammar.
“How to Write a Simple Sentence”
“What Is a Compound Sentence?”
“What Is a Complex Sentence?”
“What Is a Compound/Complex Sentence?”
Best Practices for Writing
Here are a few more tips to help you improve your grammar.
“What Is Parallelism?”
“Lies English Teachers Tell You”
Common Errors with Grammar
These are some of the most common mistakes we see students make with grammar.
“What Is Subject-Verb Agreement?”
“Active and Passive Voice”
“What Is a Sentence Fragment?”
Editing Resources and Tools
Need help editing? Here are a few videos on resources to help you to edit your grammar.
“Scribendi Review: Is It Worth It?”
“How to Use Grammarly”
“How to Write a Paper in Microsoft Word”