Grammar does not have to be boring! Learn about the rules of grammar from these 11 grammatically incorrect movie quotes.
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Learning English does not have to be a tedious process. These ESL games will help you perfect your English, whatever your current proficiency.
It is never fun when someone corrects your common grammar mistakes, but it is even worse when you were actually right all along.
Are you unsure whether to use the active of passive voice? Our editors explain why using the active voice will make your academic papers stronger.
This podcast provides definitions and examples of both adjectives and adverbs. It highlights key points to remember when identifying and including them in your writing and provides a few exceptions you should be aware of.
Are you constantly confusing adverbs and adjectives? Scribendi's editors will help cure your confusion for good.
The adverb belongs to a large class of words that add information by qualifying or modifying a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a preposition, or a clause, indeed anything except nouns and pronouns (which are modified by adjectives). Confused? Don't be! After we provide some examples of adverbs, you will have a much better understanding of this mystifying modifier.
When am I supposed to use capitalization? If this is a question you ask yourself, then listen to this podcast.
The English word “noun” comes from the Latin nomen, meaning “name.” We use nouns to name something, that is, a person, animal, object, place, action, or abstract idea, such as an event or quality (boy, koala, block, farm, invasion, or kindness). Nouns can be defined more precisely by the other words that go with them. In particular, nouns often have the definite article "the" in front of them.