Grammar Rules

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8th Grade activation code: h8v8dx77

7th Grade Activation code: 8xkv8dde

#1 Types of Nouns

#2 Possessive Forms

#3 Active vs. Passive Sentences

#4 Irregular Verbs

#5 Sentence Fragments & Run-ons

#6 Subject/Verb Agreement

 #7 Adjectives

#8 Adverbs

#9 Commonly Confused Words

#10 Verb Tenses

#11 Pronouns

 #12 Identifying Types of Pronouns

  • Demonstrative:  This, that, these, those
  • Interrogative: what, who, which, whom, whose
  • Intensive: Used to emphasize the subject in the sentence , e.g., myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.
  • Personal:  These take the place of common and proper nouns, e.g., I, we, me, us, you, she, her, her, him, it, they, them.
  • Relative: that, which, whom, whose, whichever
  • Indefinite: A pronoun that does not refer to any person, amount, or thing in particular, e.g., anything, something, anyone, everyone.

#13 Choosing Correct Pronouns

#14 Appositives

#15 Prefixes, Suffixes, & Roots

#16 Types of Sentences Part I

  • Declarative
  • Imperative
  • Interrogative
  • Exclamatory

#17 Identifying Parts of a Sentence

  • Predicate Noun
  • Predicate Pronoun
  • Predicate Adjective
  • Direct Object
  • Indirect Object

#18 Prepositional Phrases

 #19 Proofreading

#20 Types of Sentences Part II

  • Simple
  • Compound
  • Complex

#21 Parallel Structures

#22 Dangling Modifiers

#23 Coordinate Adjectives 

#24 Verbals

#25 Verb Moods

  • Indicative
  • Imperative
  • Interrogative
  • Conditional
  • Subjective




These grammar rules (#’s 1-20) are in order that the program Mountain Language presents them.  The numbers after #20 are rules I believe are just as important but may not be a focus for the Mountain Language program.


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