In this lesson, we will study compound sentences and learn how to create them by joining two or more independent clauses together.
'So, where have you been?' You may have heard such sentences and wondered when and how we use the word 'so.' In this lesson, we will learn more.
Inversion and Fronting
Inversion and fronting occur when we invert the normal sentence order. In this lesson, we will study these two grammatical structure.
As Long As vs. So Long As
'As long as' and 'so long as' are conjunctions that confuse learners. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Pro-verb phrases are short words or expressions that replace the verb and all that comes after it.
A compound-complex sentence is comprised of at least two independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses. Let's get to know it in detail!
Conjunctions of Cause and Effect
Conjunctions of cause and effect are used to express the reason or the result of an action. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Coordinating conjunctions are words that their main job is joining two equal grammatical notions together. Here, we will discuss them more thoroughly.
Even Though vs. Even So
'Even though' and 'even so' are mistaken by learners because of their similar pronounciations. In this lesson, we will discover more about them.
So vs. Such
This time, we're gonna shift our focus to more grammatically confusing pairs. I'm pretty sure you've come across these two. Shall we?
Pro-sentences are short words or expressions that are used instead of a full sentence. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Correlative conjunctions are pairs of words that join or correlate phrases or words with equal importance in a sentence.