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Professions and Applied Sciences
Lesson 5: Who, That, Which
WHO, THAT, and WHICH are relative pronouns used to link a phrase or clause—both essential or nonessential— to another word in the sentence. Sound confusing? Not if you watch my video!
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Pronouns- Me and I
In this video lesson, Ms. LaMagra will be discussing using the proper use of the words "me" and "I".
A run-on sentence is a sentence in which two or more independent clauses (complete sentences) are joined without appropriate punctuation or conjunction.
In this video lesson, Ms. LaMagra will be discussing simple sentence consisting of only one clause, with a single subject and predicate.
Mr. Nance demonstrates the joy of good sentence structure and warns of the horror that occurs when sentences go wrong.
Type IV and V Sentences
This lesson is part 2 of a 4 part series on diagramming sentences. This lesson shows you how to diagram Type IV and V sentences, which are sentences that have predicates that are linking verbs and predicate adjectives or predicate nouns as their subject compliments. This video shares a quick review and uses a diagram to analyze sample sentences.
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