The site provides lessons for teaching grammar, usage, and mechanics. The site provides the following lessons: plurals, past (tense), possessive, the deceptive period, the deceptive apostrophe, subject and verb agreement, agreeing to disagree:, Collective nouns and subject-verb agreement, Proximity, continued, with a twist (and sex, too), Pronouns chasing nouns, Spell check nonsense, Lay about and lie about (Did the boy say, u201cI just got liedu201d?, The dangling phrase and other obscenities, The Comma Splice, or making the comma do slave labor, You be the judge: whatu2019s the sentenc The audience as ghosts
- CLE 3005.1.1
- Demonstrate control of Standard English through grammar usage and mechanics (punctuation, capitalization, and spelling).
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