Learn what verbs are and how you can use them in your writing.
Find out how you can use different types of nouns in your writing.
Pronouns take the place of nouns in a sentence, examples are 'him', 'her' and 'them'.
An adverb tells you how something happens, like quickly and slowly.
When the subject of a sentence isn't active the verb is passive. If you want to make a sentence active, the subject of the sentence should be doing something.
Find out how modal verbs can be used in your writing.
A preposition is a word that tells you where or when something is in relation to something else, like "after","before" or "on".
A relative clause starts with a relative pronoun (who, that, which, whose, where, when) and is often added to a sentence to define a noun.
A subordinate conjunction joins two ideas or clauses in a sentence.
Conjunctions are joining words, coordinating conjunctions join groups of words about similar things.
Expanded noun phrases tell you more about the noun, so the reader will have more information.
What are fronted adverbials? When can you use them to replace adverbials?