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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
Changing Passive Voice 1
Changing Passive Voice 2
Changing Passive Voice 3
Changing Passive Voice 4
Changing Passive Voice 5
Dangling Modifiers: Infinitive phrases about Careers, Office, and Business
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the sentence contains no word for it to modify. An infinitive phrase is a dangling modifier when it has no word to describe.
Dangling Modifiers: Infinitive phrases about Environmental Science
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the sentence contains no word for it to modify. An infinitive phrase is a dangling modifier when it has no word to describe.
Dangling Modifiers: Infinitive phrases about Health
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the sentence contains no word for it to modify. An infinitive phrase is a dangling modifier when it has no word to describe.
Dangling Modifiers: Participles about A Healthy Body
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the phrase does not clearly connect with the noun it modifies.
Dangling Modifiers: Participles about Biology
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the phrase does not clearly connect with the noun or pronoun it is supposed to describe.
Dangling Modifiers: Participles about Careers, Office, and Business
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the phrase does not clearly connect with the noun or pronoun it is supposed to describe.
Dangling Modifiers: Participles about Environmental Science
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the phrase does not clearly connect with the noun or pronoun it is supposed to describe.
Dangling Modifiers: Participles about Health
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the phrase does not clearly connect with the noun or pronoun it is supposed to describe.
Dangling Modifiers: Participles about Student Jobs
A word or phrase is said to “dangle” if the sentence contains no word for it to modify. A dangling modifier modifies a word not clearly stated in the sentence.
Misplaced Modifiers about A Healthy Body 1
A modifying, or describing, word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word described. Misplaced modifiers can cause a sentence to be misinterpreted.
Misplaced Modifiers about A Healthy Body 2
A modifying, or describing, word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word described. Misplaced modifiers can cause a sentence to be misinterpreted.
Misplaced Modifiers about Biology 1
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Biology 2
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Environmental Science 1
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Environmental Science 2
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Health 1
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Health 2
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Office, Careers, and Business 1
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Office, Careers, and Business 2
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Student Jobs 1
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Misplaced Modifiers about Student Jobs 2
A word or phrase should be placed as near as possible to the word it modifies or describes.
Moving Modifiers 1
Moving Modifiers 2
Moving Modifiers 3
Parallel Structure 1
Do not pair unlike grammatical forms.   Express parallel ideas in the same grammatical form; a noun with a noun, an adjective with an adjective, active voice with active voice, a phrase with a phrase and a clause with a clause.
Parallel Structure 2
Do not pair unlike grammatical forms.   Express parallel ideas in the same grammatical form; a noun with a noun, an adjective with an adjective, active voice with active voice, a phrase with a phrase and a clause with a clause.
Parallel Structure 3
Parallel Structure 4
Parallel Structure 5
Do not pair unlike grammatical forms.   Express parallel ideas in the same grammatical form; a noun with a noun, an adjective with an adjective, active voice with active voice, a phrase with a phrase and a clause with a clause.
Parallel Structure 6
Do not pair unlike grammatical forms.   Express parallel ideas in the same grammatical form; a noun with a noun, an adjective with an adjective, active voice with active voice, a phrase with a phrase and a clause with a clause.
Parallel Structure 7
Parallel Structure 8
Passive and Active Voice about A Healthy Body
In the passive voice, the subject receives the action. In the active voice, the subject does the action.   For example, the passive use of “prevent” would be “is prevented by” or “be prevented by” or “was prevented by” as in: Passive:
Passive and Active Voice about Astronomy
In the passive voice, the subject receives the action. In the active voice, the subject does the action.   For example, the passive use of “prevent” would be “is prevented by” or “be prevented by” or “was prevented by” as in: Passive:

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