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  • The English Interrogative Pronoun System

    Interrogative pronouns are a type of pronoun that take the place of another word, phrase, or clause. Similar to interrogative determiners,...

    English PronounsHeather JohnsonApril 3, 2013
  • The English Demonstrative Pronoun System

    Demonstrative pronouns are a type of pronoun that take the place of another word, phrase, or clause. Like demonstrative determiners, demonstrative...

    English PronounsHeather JohnsonApril 1, 2013
  • The English Indefinite Pronoun System

    Traditional grammars defined pronouns as “small words that take the place of nouns and noun phrases.” In additional to the personal...

    English PronounsHeather JohnsonMarch 29, 2013
  • Forms of the English Predicate

    A clause in English grammar is defined as a grammatical structure that contains both a subject and a predicate. The subject...

    Grammatical FunctionHeather JohnsonMarch 15, 2013
  • Using Nouns and Noun Phrases as Object Complements

    Nouns have traditionally been defined as words that refer to a person, place, thing, or idea. A noun phrase is a...

    English NounsHeather JohnsonMarch 9, 2013
  • Grammatical Functions of English Nouns and Noun Phrases

    Noun phrases including nouns and pronouns perform eleven main grammatical functions within sentences in the English language. The eleven functions of...

    English NounsHeather JohnsonMarch 7, 2013
  • English Adjectives

    Notional grammars define adjectives as “words that describe nouns.” An adjective phrase consists of an adjective plus any modifiers and complements....

    English AdjectivesHeather JohnsonSeptember 18, 2011
  • English Nouns

    Notional grammars define nouns as “words that name people, places, things, and ideas.” Noun phrases are phrases that consist of a...

    English NounsHeather JohnsonSeptember 17, 2011