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Grammarlogs for Guide to Grammar and Writing
Helping and Modal Auxiliary Verbs

Punctuation Between Two Independent Clauses

Abbreviations

Verbs and Verbals

Sentence Subjects

Writing Concise Sentences

Cases of Nouns and Pronouns

Clauses: the Essential Building-Blocks

Compound Words

Capitalization

Pronouns

Prepositions: Locators in Time and Place

Predicates, Objects, Complements

Interjections

Nouns

Articles, Determiners, and Quantifiers

Adverbs

Conjunctions

Adjectives

Definitions of Basic Sentence Parts: Word Functions and Usage Notes

List of Interactive Quizzes

Principles of Composition

A- Adjectives

A, An, The (articles)

Guide to Grammar and Writing

Rules for Comma Usage

INDEX to the Guide to Grammar and Writing

Learn English Online: Free English Courses To Improve Your English

PowerPoint Presentations

ASJA: American Society of Journalists and Authors

Writers Emergency Assistance Fund

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Fantasy Literary agents : WritersNet

The Agent List

Literary Agents

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how to write a synopsis – Google Search
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INDEX

This index includes 427 references to both the Guide to Grammar and Writing

and Principles of Composition

. It does not, however, include references to the interactive Quizzes

or to the Grammarlogs

(posted responses to ASK GRAMMAR queries). The Frequently Asked Questions

page and the Guide’s Search Engine

will also help you find help on grammatical issues, tips on composition, and advice on English usage.


A, An, The (articles)


A- Adjectives


Abbreviations


Abstract Nouns


Absolute Phrases


Acronyms (plurals of)


Acronyms (redundancy)


Active Voice (in verbs)


A.D. and B.C.


Adjectives


Adjective Clauses


Adjectival Labels


Adjuncts


Adverbs


Adverb Clauses


Adverbial Conjunctions


Agenda (for meetings)


Agent (of a sentence)


Agreement: Pron. & Ant.


Agreement: Subj. – Verb


Alphabetical Order


Amplifiers


Analysis-Classification


And to begin sent.


Anomalous Anonymies


Antecedent


Apologetic Quotation Marks


Apostrophe


APA-style Documentation


Appositive Phrases


Argumentative Essays


Articles


Articles & Acronyms


As versus Like


Ask Grammar


Attributive Noun


Author’s Credentials


Auxiliary Verbs


Awards (for this site)


Bad and Badly


Bare Infinitive


“Be” (the verb)


Because to begin sent.


Because clause


Bible (parallelism)


Bookshelf (recommended)


Brackets


Brainstorming


British Spelling


Bulleted Lists


Bush, George W., solecisms


Business Letter (format)


But to begin sent.


Can and Could


Capitalization


Case (of pronouns)


Cases in appositives


Catenative Verbs


Causative Verbs


Cause-Effect Essays


Classification-Analysis


Clauses


Cleft Sentences


Clichés (Eliminating)


Clustering (ideas)


Coherence


Collective Adjectives


Collective Nouns


Colon


Combining Sentences


Commas


Comma Splices


Company Names


Comparative Adjectives


Comparative Adverbs


Comparison-Contrast


Complements


Complete Predicates


Complex Sentences


Compositions (writing)


Compound Plurals


Compound Possessives


Compound Words


Compound Sentences


Compounded Subjects/Objects


Compound-Complex Sentences


Compounding Pronouns


Computers and Writing


Concluding Paragraphs


Concrete Language


Concise Sentences


Conditional Verbs


Conditional (1st, 2nd, 3rd)


Confusion (Eliminating)


Conjunctions


Conjunctive Adverbs


Conjuncts


Contractions


Contractions (in essays)


Coordinate Adjectives


Coordinating Conjunctions


Copulas (verbs)


Correlative Conjunctions


Could


Count Nouns


Cumulative Sentences


Dangling Modifiers


Dashes


Deadly Sin Checklist


Definition Essays


Degrees (adj) w/ premodifiers


Demonstrative Pronouns


Dependent Clauses


Descriptive Essays


Determiners


Diagramming Sentences


Dictionaries, Thesauri (list)


Direct Objects


Directory of Tenses


Discontinuous noun phrase


Disjuncts


Display (Vertical) Lists


Ditransitive Verbs


Do, Does, Did


Do versus Make


Double Negatives


Double Possessives


Double Prepositions


Double Punctuation


Downtoners


Dynamic Verbs


Editing/Proofreading


E.g. and i.e.


Ellipsis


Elliptical Clauses


E-mail (capitals)


Emphasizers


Emphatic Sentences


Essay Writing


Essential Clauses


Euphemism


Evaluative Essays


Examples (in essays)


Exclamation Mark


Expletive Constructions


Factitive Verbs


Family Names (plurals)


FANBOYS


FAQ (page)


Few and A Few


Fewer and Less


Finite Verbs


First Conditional


Five-Paragraph Essay


Focus Adverbs


Format Requirements


Fragments


Freewriting


Freq. Asked Questions


Fused Sentences


Future Tenses


Gender Problems


Gerunds


Gerunds vs Infinitives


Gerund Phrases


Gettysburg Address (parallelism)


Going to . . .


Good and Well


GRAMMARLOGS (answers)


GrammarPoll


GrammarRock Lyrics


Guestbook


Guestbook Archives


Have, Has, and Had


Helping Verbs


Historical (a/an)


Holidays (forms)


Homonyms/Homophones


Hyphens


I.e. and e.g.


Imperative Mood


Indefinite Pronouns


Indefinite Relative Pronouns


Independent Clauses


Indicative Mood


Indirect Objects


Indirect Questions


Indirect Quotations


Indirect Speech


Infinitives


Infinitive Phrases


Initials


Intensifiers (adverbs)


Intensifiers (Unnecessary)


Intensive Pronouns


Interjections


Internet (writing resource)


Interrobang


Interrogative Adjectives


Interrogative Pronouns


Intransitive Verbs


Introductory Paragraphs


Inversion (of subj-verb)


Irregular Plurals


Irregular Verb Forms


Italics


Its versus It’s


Jr., Sr., etc.


Lay, lie


Less and Fewer


Like versus As


Linking Verbs


Lists


Literature (writing about)


Little and A Little


Logic


Mass Nouns


May and Might


Minutes (for meetings)


Misplaced Modifiers


Mixed Constructions


Mixed Metaphors


MLA-style documentation


Mnemonics (spelling)


Modal Auxiliary Verbs


Modifiers


Modifier Placement


Moods of Verbs


More Than vs Over


Mutating/Mutated Plurals


Myself, me


Narrative Essays


Nonrestrictive Clauses


Negative Adverbs


Nominative Absolute


Nominative Possessive


Non-Count Nouns


None (singular/plural)


Non-Finite Verbs


Nouns


Noun Clauses


Noun Markers


Noun of Address


Noun Phrases


NOTORIOUS CONFUSABLES


Numbered Lists


Numbers (Using)


Object Complements


Objectivity (maintaining)


Objects


One (as a pronoun)


Online Resources


Outlining


Over vs. more than


Oxford Comma


Packed Noun Phrases


Paragraphs


Parallelism


Parentheses


Parenthetical Elements


Participles


Participial Phrases


Particles


Parts of Speech


Passive Gerunds


Passive Infinitives


Passive Participles


Passive Voice (in verbs)


Perfect Infinitive


Periodic Sentences


Periods


Person (of pronouns)


Personal Essays


Personal Pronouns


Phrasal Modals


Phrasal Verbs


Phrases


Plagiarism (avoiding)


Plague Words


Pleonasm


Plural Noun Forms


Plurals & Apostrophes


Plurals of Compounds


Point of View


Possessives


Possessive w/ Gerunds


Powerpoint Presentations


Predeterminers


Predicate Adjectives


Predicate Nominative


Predicates


Prefixes


Preposition (end of sent.)


Prepositions


Prepositions (list)


Prepositions, Superfluous


Prepositional Phrases


Primer Language (Avoiding)


Process Essays


Progressive Verbs


Pronouns (Defined)


Pronoun – Ant. Agrmnt


Pronouns & Nouns Combined


Pronoun Cases


Pronoun Consistency


Proofreading/Editing


Proofreading Symbols


Proper Adjectives


Proper Nouns


Punctuation


Purpose (in writing)


Quantifiers


Question Marks


QUIZZES


Quotation Marks


Reciprocal Pronouns


Redundancy (Avoiding)


Referral Form


Relative Adverbs


Relative Clauses


Relative Pronouns


Reflexive Pronouns


Reported Speech


Research Papers


Restrictive Clauses


Resulting Copulas


Resumes


Resumptive Modifier


Reviews (Literary)


Rhetorical Questions


Run-on Sentences


SEARCH ENGINE


Second Conditional


Sequence of Tenses


Semicolons


Sentence Combining


Sentences (defined)


Sentences (types)


Sentential Clauses


Sequence of Verbs


Serial Comma


Sexism in Language


Shall and Will


Should


Sic


Silent Speech


Simple Predicates


Simple Sentences


Simple Subjects


Single Quote Marks


Slant (or Slash)


Slash (or Virgule)


Solidus (or Slant)


Spelling


Split Infinitives


Sports Teams’ Names


Squinting Modifiers


Stacked Noun Phrases


Stative Verbs


Stylistic Fragments


Subject Complements


Subjects


Subject-Verb Agreement


Subject-Verb Inversion


Subjunctive Mood


Subordinate Clause


Subordinating Conjunctions


Summative Modifier


Suffixes


Superlative (Adjectives)


Suspended Compounds


Tag Questions


Tenses of Verbs


Tense Consistency


Than and Then


Than (in comparisons)


That (omitted)


That versus Which


Thesis Statement


Third Conditional


Third-Person Essays


Titles (italics, etc.)


“To Be” Verb


Tone


Topic Sentence


Toward and Towards


Transitions (b/w sentences, par’s)


Transitive Verbs


Unbiased Language


Underlining


Understood Subjects


Untriggered Reflexive Pron.


Used to


Verbals


Verbs


Verb Complements


Verb Tense Sequence


Verb Tense Directory


Verb Tenses


Verb Tense Consistency


Vertical (Display) Lists


Viewpoint Adverbs


Virgule (or Slash)


Vocatives


Vocabulary (Building)


Voice (active/passive)


Warning (about Guide use)


Well and Good


Which versus That


Who and Whom


Will and Shall


Will and Would


Wordy versus Concise Sentences


Writers (on writing)


Writer’s Block


Zero Articles

About MARANTHA DREAMWEAVER JENELLE

WRITER'S USE WORDS TO PAINT PICTURES ON THE CANVASES OF THEIR READER'S MINDS. marantha d. jenelle/aka 'maradjen'

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