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  1. question mark
  2. comma splice
  3. change "f" or "fe" to "v", add "es"
  4. no comma ff subject not before second verb
  5. noun or pronoun
  6. complete predicate
  7. verbal
  8. direct quotation
  9. when the g comes before e, i or y, it sounds like /j/
  10. ou at beginning or middle and ow in middle or at end
  11. gerund
  12. s'
  13. sentence subject
  14. city, state,
  15. i before e except after c
  16. how, when, and where
  17. open syllables end in a long vowel
  18. consonant-le syllables have a consonant followed by le at the end of a word
  19. I; you; he, she, it
  20. run-on
  21. Takes the place of a noun
  22. gerund
  23. close at hand
  24. beginning of words
  25. who, whom, whose, which, and what
  26. words or groups of words in a sentence
  27. us; you; them
  28. which, whose, how many, and what kind of
  29. vowel-consonant-silent e syllables are long and the final e is silent
  30. plural pronouns
  31. does it name a person, place, thing, or idea; does it serve as a noun function in the sentence, can it be replace with a pronoun
  32. not together
  33. on a pedestal
  34. verbs, adjectives and other adverbs
  35. add e with u or v at end of word
  36. find verb then ask who or what the verb is doing
  37. soft
  38. include wr, kn, gh, mb, rh
  39. describes or modifies nouns and pronouns
  40. late, later, latest
  41. add e-s when an end-sound hisses
  42. masculine, feminine, neuter, common
  43. comma to separate contrasting parts of a sentence.
  44. connect two independent clauses with a comma and conjunction
  45. object of action by the subject
  46. r-controlledsyllables have a vowel followed by an r
  47. describes subject
  48. on a pedestal
  49. interjection
  50. subject
  51. (independent clause) no comma (dependent clause)
  52. tells what the subject does or is
  53. compound
  54. across, after, around, behind, down, for, in, on, to, with
  55. am, is, are, was, were, be, been, and being
  56. last name, jr., or sr., not mandatory
  57. a vowel
  58. change important word to plural form
  59. two negative words
  60. [P]erson said, "[Q]uote.(?/!)"
  61. a question
  62. how,when, where, or to what degree
  63. single word, a phrase or a clause
  64. when ay says /A/, it comes at the end
  65. the first vowel walking does the talking
  66. action sentences
  67. exclamation mark
  68. our, ours; your, yours; their, theirs
  69. q always with u and u prevents g from turning soft
  70. do and don't
  71. oo says /o/ with k, d, and t
  72. a, an, the
  73. au in middle and aw at end
  74. Noun
  75. sentence
  76. short closed ow or long open o at end of word
  77. adjective or adverb
  78. follows a linking verb (be)
  79. follows a linking verb (be)
  80. whom
  81. closed syllables with short vowel followed by at least one consonant
  82. does and doesn't
  83. past, present, future
  84. substantive
  85. always second
  86. subject, predicate
  87. yes
  88. we; you; they
  89. homophones
  90. verbal
  91. ai in middle and ay at end of base word
  92. to, in, from, with, for, after
  93. main verb with any helping verbs
  94. right after the noun it modifies
  95. person, quanity, case and gender
  96. may
  97. nominative and predicate
  98. mixed word order
  99. limiting and descriptive
  100. state of being
  101. capitalized
  102. day of the month, year,
  103. do, does, and did
  104. 70% tion, 20% sion, 10% cian
  105. antecedent
  106. consonant blend where sounds are clear
  107. two or more predicates
  108. singular
  109. synonym
  110. direct address
  111. word1, word2,(oxford) and word3
  112. someone, anybody, each
  113. verb, noun, pronoun, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction
  114. singular
  115. 's
  116. teach
  117. comma after words that introduce sentence
  118. homonym
  119. this, that, these, those, not them
  120. me; you; him, her, it
  121. use commas to set off directly addressed person's title or name.
  122. indefinite pronouns
  123. good
  124. ownership, no apostrophe
  125. raise
  126. adjectives
  127. leave
  128. concrete noun
  129. ph comes at beginning or middle
  130. nominative, objective, possessive
  131. commas for nonessential description If something or someone is sufficiently identified
  132. nominative with "be" verbs
  133. connect two complete sentences with a comma and conjunction
  134. my, mine; your, yours; his, her, hers, its
  135. verbal phrase
  136. ew says /oo/ at the end of words
  137. can, could, shall, should, will, and would
  138. jumps over consonant to make vowel says its name
  139. oh, oo, uff, off, ah, ow
  140. rise
  141. set off by commas
  142. when the c comes before e, i or y, it sounds like /s/
  143. singular except I and you
  144. let
  145. add "es"
  146. noun they modify
  147. how, when, where, not, never, always, and hardly
  148. adding '
  149. lie
  150. change y to i and add e-s
  151. here, there
  152. two or more subjects
  153. that, if, whether
  154. oi in middle and oy at end
  155. specific person, place, and thing
  156. have, has, and had
  157. "[Q]uote,(!/?)" said person.
  158. Common
  159. speaker
  160. may, might, and must
  161. end of a two-or-more-syllable word
  162. describe or modify nouns and pronouns
  163. word that begins a phrase
  164. present verb with helping verbs have, has, or had for past
  165. Appositive
  166. closed syllable
  167. well
  168. oo in middle instead of ui
  169. first subject second predicate
  170. set
  171. sit
  172. which, whose, how many, and what kind of
  173. possessive form
  174. adding 's
  175. a verbal and its complements
  176. "[Q]uote,(!/?)" said person, "[Q]uote.(!/?)"
  177. the first vowel of two usually does the talking
  178. learn
  179. and, but, for, so, yet, either, or
  180. i before e except after c
  181. add "s"
  182. vowel pair syllables with two vowels
  183. commas set off nonessential words, clauses, and phrases in either side or both
  184. any part of sentence
  185. fragment
  186. tell which, whose, how many, articles
  187. which, whose, how many, articles
  188. softer
  189. person spoken to
  190. masculine
  191. adjective
  192. limiting, descriptive
  193. anywhere in sentence
  194. person spoken about
  195. abstract noun
  196. add an s to form the plurals
  197. plural
  198. paragraph
  199. predicate, subject
  200. change "y" to "i", add "es"
  201. each word
  202. which about noun
  203. can
  204. topic sentence
  205. simple predicate
  206. singular pronouns
  207. soft, softer, softest
  208. nominative
  209. last name, degree or title (M.D.),
  210. ly
  211. add "s" or "es"
  212. plural
  213. a, an, the
  214. infinitive
  215. action
  216. infinitive
  217. which or which kind of
  218. no ed, but helping verb
  219. antonym
  220. separate two interchangeable adjectives with comma
  221. any part
  222. (dependent clause), sentence
  223. present, past(ed), past participle
  224. neuter
  225. when ai says /A/, it comes in the middle
  226. l, m, f, n, x, s are very loud they talk, behind the E they walk.
  227. Proper Nouns
  228. feminine
  229. comas
  230. prepositions have objects and adverbs stand alone
  231. first predicate second subject
  232. things at distance
  233. commas
  234. noun clause
  235. subject pronoun
  236. renames the subject
  237. both, few, several, many
  238. change f to v and add e-s
  239. softest
  240. contractions
  241. who
  242. linking verb
  243. Action word or state of being
  244. last word of compound
  245. lay
  246. on a pedestal above the place where a single word noun would go
  247. period
  248. commas to set off interrupting expression from sentence flow
  249. joining two sentences
  250. one syllable or middle of words with open syllable