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    Abbreviations about City
    Abbreviations for a proper noun begin with a capital letter and end with a period.
    Abbreviations about Shopping
    Abbreviations for a proper noun begin with a capital letter and end with a period.
    Adding Modifiers – Adjectives 1
    Adding Modifiers – Adjectives 2
    Adding Modifiers – Adjectives 3
    Adding Modifiers – Adjectives and Adverbs 1
    Adding Modifiers – Adjectives and Adverbs 2
    Adding Modifiers – Adjectives and Adverbs 3
    Adding Modifiers – Adverbs 1
    Adding Modifiers – Adverbs 2
    Adding Modifiers – Adverbs 3
    Adjective Wrap-Up in Story Form 1
    Adjective Wrap-Up in Story Form 2
    Adjective Wrap-Up in Story Form 3
    Adverb Wrap-Up in Story Form 1
    Adverb Wrap-Up in Story Form 2
    Adverb Wrap-Up in Story Form 3
    Agreement of Subject and Verb 1
    The verb form must always agree with the subject. For singular subjects, add an (s) to the end of most verb forms.
    Agreement of Subject and Verb 2
    The verb form must always agree with the subject. For singular subjects use: is/am, has, or was. For plural subjects use: are, have, or were.
    Agreement of Subject and Verb 3
    The verb form must always agree with the subject. Use ?there is? when the subject is singular. Use ?there are? when the subject is plural.
    Agreement of Subject and Verb 4
    The verb form must always agree with the subject. Collective nouns name groups of things.
    Agreement of Subject and Verb 5
    The verb form must always agree with the subject. Be careful that the verb agrees with the subject of the sentence and not the noun in an intervening phrase.
    Capitalization 1: Proper Nouns
    On Question 4:
    Capitalization 2: Family Relations
    When a familial relation is used in place of a name it must be capitalized. When the word refers to the general relation it is not capitalized.
    Capitalization 3: Titles
    Capitalize the first word and all important words in titles.
    Changing Passive Voice 1
    Changing Passive Voice 2
    Changing Passive Voice 3
    Changing Passive Voice 4
    Changing Passive Voice 5
    Commas after Introductory Clauses about National Parks
    Introductory clauses should be set off with a comma.
    Commas after Introductory Clauses about Neighborhood
    Introductory clauses should be set off with a comma.
    Commas after Introductory Clauses about Shopping
    Introductory clauses should be set off with a comma.
    Commas after Introductory Clauses about Vacation
    Introductory clauses should be set off with a comma.
    Commas after Introductory Words or Phrases about American History
    Words or phrases that begin a sentence and are not grammatically attached to the rest of the sentence should be set off by a comma.
    Commas after Introductory Words or Phrases about Holidays
    Words or phrases that begin a sentence and are not grammatically attached to the rest of the sentence should be set off by a comma.
    Commas after Introductory Words or Phrases about Neighborhood
    Words or phrases that begin a sentence and are not grammatically attached to the rest of the sentence should be set off by a comma.
    Commas after Introductory Words or Phrases about Shopping
    Words or phrases that begin a sentence and are not grammatically attached to the rest of the sentence should be set off by a comma.
    Commas in a Compound Sentence about Holidays
    To separate independent clauses in a compound sentence, we use a comma followed by a conjunction.   For a clause to be independent, it must have a subject and a verb and express a complete thought.   Note:
    Commas in a Compound Sentence about Holidays
    To separate independent clauses in a compound sentence, we use a comma followed by a conjunction.   For a clause to be independent, it must have a subject and a verb and express a complete thought.   Note:
    Commas in a Compound Sentence about Shopping
    To separate independent clauses in a compound sentence, we use a comma followed by a conjunction.   For a clause to be independent, it must have a subject and a verb and express a complete thought.   Note:
    Commas in a Compound Sentence about Shopping
    To separate independent clauses in a compound sentence, we use a comma followed by a conjunction.   For a clause to be independent, it must have a subject and a verb and express a complete thought.   Note:
    Commas in a Compound Sentence about Vacation
    To separate independent clauses in a compound sentence, we use a comma followed by a conjunction.   For a clause to be independent, it must have a subject and a verb and express a complete thought.   Note:
    Commas in a Compound Sentence about Vacation
    To separate independent clauses in a compound sentence, we use a comma followed by a conjunction.   For a clause to be independent, it must have a subject and a verb and express a complete thought.   Note:
    Commas in a Compound Sentence about World Holidays
    To separate independent clauses in a compound sentence, we use a comma followed by a conjunction.   For a clause to be independent, it must have a subject and a verb and express a complete thought.   Note:
    Commas in a Series about American History
    Use a comma to separate three or more items in a series.   A series can be made up of words, phrases, or clauses.   A conjunction goes between the last two items of the series.
    Commas in a Series about City
    Use a comma to separate three or more items in a series.   A series can be made up of words, phrases, or clauses.   A conjunction goes between the last two items of the series.
    Commas in a Series about Holidays
    Use a comma to separate three or more items in a series.   A series can be made up of words, phrases, or clauses.   A conjunction goes between the last two items of the series.

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