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English - Parts of Speech
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Table of Contents
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- 1. What is Grammar? - .8. Nouns
- 2. What are "Parts of Speech"? - .9. Prepositions
- 3. Adjectives - 10. Pronouns
- 4. Adverbs - 11. Verbs
- 5. Articles - 12. Fun
- 6. Conjunctions - 13. Misc.
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1. What is Grammar top
1. What is grammar? (englishclub.com)
2. Web definitions of the term "grammar" (google.ca)
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2. What are "Parts of Speech"? top
1. Parts of speech: PowerPoint Presentation (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
2. Eight parts of speech 14 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
3. Eight parts of speech: PowerPoint (Chief Joseph Middle School, Richland WA USA)
4. Nine parts of speech poem (Houghton Mifflin Company)
5. Nine parts of speech (University of Victoria)
6. Discovering Language Arts 82 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
7. Parts of speech (wikipedia.org)
8. Parts of speech activities (quia.com)
9. Parts of speech exercises (Gallaudet College, USA )
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3. Adjectives top
- Learn it Practice it
1. Adjectives (A.J. Berghuis, New Zealand)
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2. Pendemonium - The Great China Case 24 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
a. Adjectives quiz (bbc.co.uk)
3. Harold Syntax's Guide 20 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
4. Adjectives (bbc.co.uk)
c. Adjective or adverb? (Purdue University)
5. Adjectives (University College of London, UK)
d. Adjective exercises (University College of London, UK)
6. Adjectives (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
e. Adjectives excercises (Gallaudet College, USA )
7. Adjectives (english-the-easy-way.com) -
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8. Definition of adjective (wikipedia.org) -
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4. Adverbs top
- Learn it Practice it
1. Adverbs (A.J. Berghuis, New Zealand)
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2. Pendemonium Cold Case - Adverbs 23 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
a. Adjective or adverb? (Purdue University)
3. Adverbs (bbc.co.uk)
b. A or an (Purdue University)
4. Adverbs (University College of London, UK)
c. Adjective or adverb (University College of London, UK)
5. Adverbs (Harris Middle School, Shelbyville, Tenn. USA)
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6. Adverbs (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA) -
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7. Definition of adverb (wikipedia.org) -
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5. Articles top
- Learn it Practice it
1. Articles - use and non-use (Perdue University)
a. A or an (Purdue University)
2. Articles explained (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
b. Article excercises (Gallaudet College, USA )
3. Article usage (Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, NY, USA) -
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4. Definition of articles (wikipedia.org) -
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6. Conjunctions top
- Learn it Practice it
1. Conjunctions (englishclub.com)
2. Conjunctions (University College of London, UK)
a. Conjunctions quiz (Interlink Language Centers)
3. Conjunctions (University of Calgary)
b. Conjunction exercise (University College of London, UK)
4. Conjunctions (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
5. Definition of conjunctions (wikipedia.org) -
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7. Interjections top
- Learn it Practice it
1. Interjections (University of Calgary)
2. Harold Syntax's Guide 20 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
a. Interjections quiz (The Internet TESL Journal)
3. Interjections (grammar-monster.com)
4. Interjections (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
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5. Definition of interjections (wikipedia.org)
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8. Nouns top
- Learn it Practice it
1. Nouns (A.J. Berghuis, New Zealand)
a. Noun dunk (Houghton Mifflin Company)
2. Pendemonium - Ink on the Sphinx 23 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
b. Noun explorer (Houghton Mifflin Company)
4. Nouns (University College of London, UK)
c. Noun exercises (University College of London, UK)
3. Nouns (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
4. Definition of nouns (wikipedia.org)
e. Count and noncount nouns (Purdue University, USA )
   
f. Noun excercises (Gallaudet College, USA )
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9. Prepositions top
- Learn it Practice it
1. The preposition (chompchomp.com) -
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2. Prepositions (englishclub.com)
a. Prepositions and location (Purdue University)
3. Prepositions (University of Calgary)
b. Prepositions exercise (University College of London, UK)
4. Prepositions (University College of London, UK)
c. Prepositions and direction (Purdue University)
5. Prepositions (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
6. Definition of prepositions (wikipedia.org)
e. Preposition excercises (Gallaudet College, USA )
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10. Pronouns top
- Learn it Practice it
1. Pronouns (A.J. Berghuis, New Zealand)
a. Pronouns wroksheets (bbc.co.uk)
2. Harold Syntax's Guide 20 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
b. Pronouns quiz (bbc.co.uk)
3. Pronouns (bbc.co.uk)
c. Using pronouns (Purdue University)
4. Pronouns (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
5. Definition of pronouns (wikipedia.org) -
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11. Verbs top
Learn it Practice it
1. Verbs (A.J. Berghuis, New Zealand)
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2. Pendemonium - Great African Safari 23 min. video requires password (United Streaming) -
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3. Harold Syntax's Guide 20 min. video requires password (United Streaming)
a. Irregular verbs (Espace D'Echanges Pedagogiques)
4. Verbs (University College of London, UK)
b. Verb exercises (University College of London, UK)
5. What are verbs? (englishclub.com)
c. Verb quizzes (Kyrene School District, Arizona USA)
6. Verb subject agreement (bbc.co.uk)
7. Verbs (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA)
e. Active and passive voice (Purdue University)
8. Verb tenses (Capital Community College: Hartford, Conn USA) -
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9. Definition of verbs (wikipedia.org) -
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12. Fun top
1. Grammarman Comics (grammarmancomic.com)
2. Grammar gorillas (funbrain.com)
3. Grammar blast (Houghton Mifflin Company)
4. Grammar songs (gardenofpraise.com)
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5. Bookworm (anupopcap.com)
6. FowlWords (Merriam-Webster Online .com)
7. Letter Rip (miniclip.com)
8. Tongue twisters (A.J. Berghuis, New Zealand)
9. Word find (Houghton Mifflin Company)
10. Power proofreading (Houghton Mifflin Company)
11. Behind your first name (behindthename.com)
12. Etymologic: the toughest word game on the web (etymologic.com)
13. More word fun (yourdictionary.com)
14. Jabberwocky (jabberwocky.com)
15. The word detective (Evan Morris)
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13. Miscellaneous top
1. Writing sentences (actden.com)
2. Writing paragraphs (actden.com)
3. Writing essays (actden.com)
4. Guide to writing a basic essay (Kathy Livingston)
5. Turning Microsoft Word into a talking word processor (Paul Hamilton, SETBC)
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6. Grammar glossary (University College of London, UK)
7. English grammar quizzes (Internet TESL Journal)
8. Self-study grammar quizzes (Internet TESL Journal)
9. Daily grammar lesson archives: 440 grammar lessons (dailygrammar.com)
10. The Daily English Show video podcasts (Sarah Lilburn, Aotearoa, New Zealand)
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11. ESL idiom page (Dennis Oliver)
12. Elements of style (bartleby.com)
13. MLA Formatting and Style Guide (Purdue University, USA)
14. APA Formatting and Style Guide (Purdue University, USA)
15. Dictionaries and thesauruses (Canaan Schools, Vermont USA)
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16. Babel Fish translation (altavista.com)
17. Google Translate (google.com)
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