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A
a and an
a and an, summary of use of
a, as a weakened form of one
a few, use of
a great deal of
a little, use of
a lot of
a or an, with the meaning of per
a, used in making a general
a, used in naming a profession
a, used to refer to something not mentioned before
about, use of
about, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
about, used after certain verbs
above, use of
accordingly, used as connecting adverb
across, use of
across, used as preposition or adverb
Adjectival phrases and clauses
Adjectives and adverbs, use of
Adjectives and verbs in the passive voice followed by prepositions
Adjectives, attributive
Adjectives, comparative form of adjectives which use endings
Adjectives, comparative form of irregular adjectives
Adjectives, comparative form followed by than
Adjectives, defining
Adjectives, definition of
Adjectives, examples of general descriptive adjectives
Adjectives indicating color
Adjectives indicating materials
Adjectives indicating size
Adjectives indicating weight
Adjectives, interpolated
Adjectives, order of predicate adjectives
Adjectives, order of
Adjectives, ordinal
Adjectives, position of general descriptive adjectives
Adjectives, position of proper adjectives
Adjectives, positive forms preceded and followed by as
Adjectives, possessive
Adjectives, predicate adjectives compared with adverbs
Adjectives, proper
Adjectives, summary of comparative forms
Adjectives, superlative form of adjectives which use endings
Adjectives, superlative form of irregular adjectives
Adjectives, superlative form with most
Adjectives used in comparisons
Adjectives used to compare quantities and amounts, summary
Adjectives which can be used as predicate adjectives
Adjectives which can be used only attributively
Adjectives which can be used only as predicate adjectives
Adjectives which do not use endings
Adjectives which end in ly
Adjectives which modify nouns compared with adverbs which modify verbs
Adjectives which modify nouns compared with adverbs which modify adjectives
Adjectives which use endings
Adverb phrases and clauses of purpose
Adverb phrases and clauses, position in a clause
Adverb phrases of location compared with phrasal verbs followed by objects
Adverb phrases, usual order following a verb
Adverbs and adjectives which have the same form
Adverbs and adjectives, use of
Adverbs compared with predicate adjectives
Adverbs of frequency ending in ly
Adverbs of frequency
Adverbs of location
Adverbs of manner, position in a clause
Adverbs of manner
Adverbs of time, position in a clause
Adverbs, connecting adverbs compared with conjunctions
Adverbs, connecting
Adverbs, definition of
Adverbs, following not
Adverbs, interrogative
Adverbs, inverted word order with negative adverbs
Adverbs, irregular
Adverbs, negative
Adverbs, position in a clause
Adverbs, position of connecting adverbs
Adverbs, progressive comparisons
Adverbs, summary of meanings of connecting adverbs
Adverbs, summary of position in a clause
Adverbs, use of
Adverbs used in comparisons
Adverbs used with more and most
Adverbs used with the endings er and est
Adverbs which modify adjectives and other adverbs
Adverbs which modify adjectives compared with adjectives which modify nouns
Adverbs which modify verbs compared with adjectives which modify nouns
Adverbs which modify verbs, types and examples
Adverbs with ly ending
Affirmative statements, simple present of to be
Affirmative tag questions
after, use of
after, used as subordinate conjunction
against, use of
against, used after certain nouns
against, used after certain verbs
ago
Agreement of personal pronouns with their antecedents
Agreement of possessive adjectives with their antecedents
Agreement of third person pronouns with their antecedents, summary
Agreement of verbs with compound subjects, summary
all
all, position in sentence
all, used as defining appositive
along, use of
also, used as connecting adverb
although and despite
although, used as subordinate conjunction
am
am, used as an auxiliary
among, use of
an
and, in compound subjects
and, used as coordinate conjunction
another, use of
Antecedent, definition of
any
any, use of
anybody, use of
anyone, use of
anything, use of
anywhere, use of
Apostrophe, use of
appear
Apposition
are
are, used as an auxiliary
aren't
aren't I?
around, use of
around, used as preposition or adverb
as ... as, used with adverbs in comparisons
as if and like
as if
as long as
as soon as
as though
as, followed by subjective case
as, used as subordinate conjunction
as, used in comparisons
as, used in not as ... as
at, use of
at, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
at, used after certain verbs
at, used in idioms
Attributive adjectives

B
be, complete conjugation of
be, simple past
be, simple present
because of and because
because, used as subordinate conjunction
been, used as an auxiliary
before, use of
before, used as subordinate conjunction
behind, use of
behind, used in idioms
below, use of
beneath, use of
beside, use of
beside, used in idioms
besides, use of
besides, used as connecting adverb
between, use of
between, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
between, used in idioms
beyond, use of
beyond, used in idioms
both ... and
both, position in sentence
both, used as defining appositive
both, used as determiner
but, used as coordinate conjunction
but, used as preposition
by, use of
by, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
by, used in idioms

C
can
can't
Clauses, coordinate
Clauses, subordinate clauses
Clauses
Collective nouns
Commands and requests, formal
Commands, imperative mood
Commas, used with adverb phrases
Commas, used with attributive adjectives
Commas, used with interpolated adjectives
Commas, used with non-defining relative clauses
Commas, used with ordinal adjectives
Commas, used with predicate adjectives
Comparative and superlative forms of adverbs
Comparative form of adjectives which use endings
Comparative form of adjectives using more
Comparative forms of adverbs used in comparisons
Comparisons, making logical comparisons
Comparison of one or more things with a group
Comparisons with as, use of subjective case
Comparisons with than, use of subjective case
Compound subjects, verb agreement
Compound subjects with and
Compound subjects with or or nor
concerning, use of
Conditions, probable and improbable
Conditions which are false or improbable
Conjunctions
Conjunctions, compared with connecting adverbs
Conjunctions, coordinate
Conjunctions, correlative
Conjunctions, correlative conjunctions used with parallel construction
Conjunctions, subordinate
Connecting adverbs, compared with conjunctions
Connecting adverbs compared with conjunctions, position in a clause
Connecting adverbs, examples
Connecting adverbs, introduction
Connecting adverbs, position in a clause
Connecting adverbs, stress and punctuation
Connecting adverbs, summary of meanings
Connecting adverbs used to connect sentences
consequently, used as connecting adverb
Contractions, simple present of be
Coordinate clauses
Coordinate conjunctions
Correlative conjunctions used with parallel construction
Correlative conjunctions
could
could, used in expressing wishes
could, used to express false or improbable conditions
couldn't
Countable nouns
Countable nouns, use with determiners

D
Dangling participles
Defining adjectives
Defining and non-defining relative clauses
Defining relative clauses
definite article, definition of
Demonstrative pronouns
despite and although
despite, use of
Determination, the use of shall and will
Determiner, definition of
Determiners, position in sentence
Determiners, summary of use of
Determiners, use of
Determiners used as pronouns
Determiners used as adjectives
Determiners used as singular or plural pronouns
Determiners used to refer to two persons or things
didn't
different from
Direct and indirect questions, summary of word order
Direct objects
do, used as an auxiliary verb
does
doesn't
don't
Double negatives
down, use of
Dual forms
during and while
during, use of

E
each other
each, position in sentence
each, used as defining appositive
each, used with singular verb
ed ending
either ... or
either, used as determiner
either, used with singular verb
Ellipsis, use of
Ellipsis, used in comparisons with the comparative form of the adjective
Ellipsis, used in comparisons with the superlative form of the adjective
Ellipsis, used with as in comparisons
Ellipsis, used with adverbs in comparisons
else, use of
Emphatic statements
Ending 's, used to indicate possession
Ending s', used to indicate possession
English, related to French and German
enough, position in sentence
er ending, spelling rules
er ending, use of
er ending, used with adverbs
Ergative verbs
es ending, pronunciation of
es ending, used to form plurals
est ending, spelling rules
est ending, use of
est ending, used with adverbs
even if
every, used with singular verb
except, use of

F
f changed to v in the plural
few, use of
few, use of
few, used with as
fewer and fewer, followed by a noun
fewer, use of
fewer, used with than
fewest, use of
fewest, used with the
first, used as ordinal adjective
for, use of
for, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
for, used after certain nouns
for, used after certain verbs
for, used as subordinate conjunction
for, used in idioms
Foreign words, formation of plurals
Formal commands and requests
from, use of
from, used after certain nouns
from, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
from, used after certain verbs
from, used in idioms
furthermore, used as connecting adverb
Future continuous tense, formation of
Future continuous tense, use of
"Future in the past"
Future perfect continuous tense, use of
Future perfect continuous tense, formation of
Future perfect tense, formation of
Future perfect tense, use of
Future tenses
Future tenses, summary of the formation of

G
Gerunds
Gerunds, used as defining adjectives
Gerunds, used with possessive adjectives
go, present continuous followed by an infinitive
going to
Grammar, definition of
grow

H
had been
had, used as an auxiliary
hadn't
hard and hardly
hardly ... when
has been
has
has, used as an auxiliary
hasn't
have been
have to, pronunciation
have, simple present
have, used as an auxiliary
haven't
he
he'd (he had)
he'd (he would)
he'll
he's (he has)
he's (he is)
hence, used as connecting adverb
her, objective case
her, possessive
here and there
hers
herself
high and highly
him
himself
his
his or her
how, use of
however
however, used as connecting adverb
Hyphenated nouns, formation of plural

I
I
I'd (I had)
I'd (I would)
I'll
I'm
I've
ic ending
Idioms, prepositional phrases
if, conditions which are false or improbable
if ... then
if, used as subordinate conjunction
Imperative mood
in case
in, use of
in, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
in, used after certain nouns
in, used after certain verbs
in, used as preposition or adverb
in, used in idioms
Indefinite pronouns
Indirect objects
Indirect questions, introduction
Indirect questions, summary of word order
Indirect questions with the verb to be
Indirect questions, word order
Infinitive, split
Infinitives used in the place of nouns
ing ending
inside, use of
inside, used in idioms
instead
Intensifiers, definition of
Interpolated adjectives
Interrogative adverbs
Interrogative pronouns
Interrogative pronouns, used in direct questions
into, use of
into, used after certain nouns
into, used after certain verbs
into, used in idioms
Inverted word order, used with verbs of motion
Inverted word order, used with negative adverbs
Irregular adjectives, comparative form
Irregular adjectives, superlative form
Irregular adverbs
Irregular plurals
Irregular verbs, 140 common irregular verbs
Irregular verbs, present perfect tense
Irregular verbs, simple past
is
is, used as an auxiliary
isn't
it'd (it had)
it'd (it would)
it'll
it's (it has)
it's (it is)
it, objective case
it, special uses of
it, subjective case
its
its and it's
itself

L
late and lately
late, meaning of
lay and lie
lay, verb forms
least, use of
least, used with the
least, used with adverbs in comparisons
less ... than
less and less
less and less, followed by a noun
less and less, used with adverbs
less, use of
less, used in comparisons
less, used with than
lest, used as subordinate conjunction
lie, verb forms
like and as if
like, use of
likewise, used as connecting adverb
Linking verbs
little, meaning
little, use of
little, used with as
Logical comparisons
look
lots of
ly added to adjectives ending in ic
ly added to adjectives ending in le
ly added to adjectives ending in ll
ly added to adjectives ending in ue
ly added to adjectives ending in y
ly ending, spelling rules

M
Main clause of conditional statement, verb forms
Main clause of conditional statement, present or future time
Main clause of conditional statement, past time
Main clause of conditional statement, summary
many, use of
many, used with as
may
me
might
mightn't
mine
minus, use of
Modal auxiliaries, meaning
Modal auxiliaries, relationships among
Modal conjugations, formation of
Modal verbs
Modal verbs, negative questions
Modal verbs, negative statements
Modal verbs, questions
Modal verbs, tag questions
more and more, followed by a noun
more and more, used with adverbs
more and more
more and most
more, comparative form of an adjective
more, used with than
more, used with adverbs
moreover, used as connecting adverb
most, superlative form of an adjective
most, used with the
most, used with adverbs
much, use of
much, used with as
must
mustn't
my
myself

N
Names of meals
Names of people
near and nearly
near, use of
Negative adverbs
Negative adverbs, inverted word order
Negative questions, modal verbs
Negative questions, passive voice
Negative questions, present continuous tense
Negative questions, present perfect tense
Negative questions, simple present of to be
Negative questions, simple present
Negative statements, modal verbs
Negative statements, passive voice
Negative statements, present continuous tense
Negative statements, present perfect tense
Negative statements, simple present of to be
Negative statements, simple present
Negative tag questions, summary
neither ... nor
neither, used as determiner
neither, used as determiner at beginning of clause
neither, used with singular verb
nevertheless
nevertheless, used as connecting adverb
no sooner ... than
no, use of
Non-defining relative clauses
none, use of
none
nonetheless, used as connecting adverb
nor, in compound subjects
nor, used as coordinate conjunction
not as ... as
not only ... but also
not, use of
Nouns, collective
Nouns, countable
Noun, definition of
Nouns ending in ch, s, sh, x or z
Nouns ending in f or fe
Nouns ending in o
Nouns ending in y
Nouns followed by descriptive phrases, verb agreement
Nouns followed by prepositions
Nouns, formation of plurals
Nouns indicating possession
Nouns, proper
Nouns, uncountable
Nouns used only in the plural
Nouns which can be either countable or uncountable
Nouns with irregular plurals
Numbers and letters, formation of plural

O
Objective case, pronouns
Objects, direct
Objects, indirect
Object of a verb
of, use of
of, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
of, used after certain nouns
of, used after certain verbs
of, used in idioms
of, used to indicate possession
of, used with uncountable nouns
off, use of
off, used as preposition or adverb
off, used in idioms
on, use of
on, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
on, used after certain nouns
on, used after certain verbs
on, used as preposition or adverb
on, used in idioms
one another
one, used as indefinite pronoun
one, used in general statements
only, use of
onto, use of
opposite, use of
or else
or, in compound subjects
or, used as coordinate conjunction
Ordinal adjectives
other, use of
others, use of
otherwise, used as connecting adverb
ought
our
ours
ourselves
out of, use of
out of, used in idioms
outside, use of
over, use of
over, used after certain verbs
over, used as preposition or adverb

P
pair of
Parallel construction
Participles, dangling
Participles used as adjectives
Passive voice, formation of
Passive voice, indicative tenses other than the simple present
Passive voice, questions and negative statements
Passive voice, simple present indicative
Passive voice, subjunctive mood
Passive voice, summary of formation of the indicative tenses
Passive voice, summary of formation of the subjunctive tenses
Passive voice, use of past forms of the subjunctive
Passive voice, use of the simple present subjunctive
Passive voice, use of
Past and present tenses, summary of the formation of
Past continuous tense, formation of
Past continuous tense, use of
Past participles used as adjectives
Past participles which follow the verb to be
Past perfect and simple past, use of
Past perfect continuous tense, use of
Past perfect continuous tense, formation of
Past perfect tense, formation of
Past perfect tense, use of
past, use of
per, use of
Period, use of
Personal pronouns
Personal pronouns, agreement with their antecedents
Personal pronouns, introduction
Personal pronouns, possessive
Personal pronouns, summary of
Personal pronouns with human antecedents
Personal pronouns with non-human antecedents
Phrasal verbs consisting of a verb followed by a preposition
Phrasal verbs consisting of a verb followed by an adverb
Phrasal verbs, examples of ergative phrasal verbs
Phrasal verbs, examples of intransitive verb + adverb
Phrasal verbs, examples of intransitive verb + preposition or adverb
Phrasal verbs, examples of transitive verb + adverb
Phrasal verbs, examples of transitive verb + preposition or adverb
Phrasal verbs, examples of transitive verb + adverb + preposition
Phrasal verbs, examples of verb + preposition
Phrasal verbs, examples of verb + adverb + preposition
Phrasal verbs followed by objects compared with adverb phrases of location
Phrasal verbs, introduction
Place names
Places used for specific activities
Plural antecedents of personal pronouns
Plural countable nouns, absence of a determiner
Plural countable nouns, used in making a general statement
Plural countable nouns, used to refer to something not mentioned before
Plural countable nouns, used in naming a profession
Plurals
Plurals of proper nouns
plus, use of
poor, meaning of
Position of adverbs in a negative statement
Possession
Possession, phrases beginning with of
Possession, the 's ending
Possession, the s' ending
Possession, two consecutive nouns
Possessive adjectives
Possessive adjectives, agreement with their antecedents
Possessive adjectives used with gerunds
Possessive personal pronouns
Predicate adjectives
Predicate adjectives compared with adverbs
Predicate adjectives, order
Prepositions, introduction
Prepositions, meanings and examples
Prepositions, use of
Prepositions, used in idioms
Prepositions which follow certain nouns
Prepositions which follow certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
Prepositions which follow certain verbs
Prepositions with pronoun objects
Present and past tenses, summary of the formation of
Present continuous tense, formation of
Present continuous, uses of, compared with the simple present
present, meaning of
Present participles used as adjectives
Present perfect continuous tense, use of
Present perfect continuous tense, formation of
Present perfect tense, irregular verbs
Present perfect tense, regular verbs
Present perfect tense, use of
Present tense, used in subordinate clauses to express future actions
Progressive comparisons with adverbs
Progressive comparisons, adjectives which use endings
Progressive comparisons, adjectives which do not use endings
Pronoun, object of a preposition
Pronouns, agreement of third person pronouns with their antecedents
Pronouns, defined
Pronouns, demonstrative
Pronouns, indefinite
Pronouns, interrogative
Pronouns, objective case
Pronouns, personal
Pronouns, possessive
Pronouns, reciprocal
Pronouns, reflexive
Pronouns, relative
Pronouns, subjective case
Pronouns, summary of personal pronouns
Pronouns, unambiguous use of
Pronunciation of the ed ending
Pronunciation of the es ending
Proper adjectives
Proper adjectives, position of
Proper nouns
Proper nouns, plural forms
provided or providing, used as subordinate conjunction
Punctuation, use of period
Punctuation, use of question mark
Punctuation used with attributive adjectives
Punctuation used with predicate adjectives

Q
Question mark, use of
Questions and negative statements, simple present of to have
Questions and negative statements, present perfect continuous tense
Questions and negative statements, simple past of to be
Questions and negative statements, simple past
Questions and negative statements, past continuous tense
Questions and negative statements, past perfect tense
Questions and negative statements, past perfect continuous
Questions and negative statements, simple future
Questions and negative statements, future continuous
Questions and negative statements, future perfect
Questions and negative statements, future perfect continuous
Questions and negative statements, passive voice
Questions, modal verbs
Questions, passive voice
Questions, present continuous tense
Questions, present perfect tense
Questions, simple present of to be
Questions, simple present
Questions, word order of direct and indirect questions

R
raise and rise
raise, verb forms
rather ... than
Reciprocal pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Regular verbs, present perfect tense
Regular verbs, simple past
Relative clauses, defining and non-defining
Relative clauses, defining
Relative pronouns
rise, verb forms
round, used as preposition or adverb

S
s ending, third person singular
s ending, used to form plurals
s' ending, used to indicate possession
same as
scarcely ... when
second, used as ordinal adjective
set and sit
set, verb forms
several, use of
shall and will
shan't
she
she'd (she had)
she'd (she would)
she'll
she's (she has)
she's (she is)
Short answers
should
shouldn't
similar to
Simple future tense, formation of
Simple future tense, use of
Simple past and past perfect, use of
Simple past of to be
Simple past of to use followed by an infinitive
Simple past tense, formation of
Simple past tense, uses of
Simple present of to be
Simple present of to have
Simple present tense, formation of
Simple present tense, uses of
Simple present, uses of, compared with the present continuous
since, use of
since, used as subordinate conjunction
Singular antecedents of personal pronouns
sit, verb forms
so ... that
so as to
so, used as subordinate conjunction
some, use of
somebody, use of
someone, use of
something, use of
sometime and sometimes
somewhere, use of
Spelling rules for adding ed to form the past participle
Spelling rules for adding s in the third person singular
Spelling rules for adjectives with er ending
Spelling rules for adjectives with est ending
Spelling rules for adverbs with ly ending
Spelling rules for formation of the present participle
Spelling rules for past participles, verbs ending in a silent e
Spelling rules for past participles, verbs ending in y
Spelling rules for past participles, verbs ending in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel
Spelling rules for present participles, verbs ending in a silent e
Spelling rules for present participles, verbs ending in ie
Spelling rules for present participles, one-syllable verbs ending in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel
Spelling rules for present participles, verbs of more than one syllable which end in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel
Spelling, verbs ending in y
Spelling, verbs ending in o
Spelling, verbs ending in ch, s, sh, x or z
Split infinitive
still, used as connecting adverb
Stress, adjectives indicating materials
Stress, defining adjectives indicating location or time
Stress, defining adjectives indicating purpose
Stress used with attributive adjectives
Style, parallel construction
Subjective case, pronouns
Subjunctive mood of the passive voice
Subjunctive, formation of
Subjunctive, uses of
Subordinate clause of conditional statement, verb forms
Subordinate clause of conditional statement, present or future time
Subordinate clause of conditional statement, past time
Subordinate clause of conditional statement, summary
Subordinate clauses
Subordinate clauses, use of the present tense to express future actions
Subordinate conjunctions
such ... that
Superlative form of adjectives which use endings
Superlative form of adjectives using most
Superlative forms of adverbs used in comparisons
supposing, used as subordinate conjunction

T
Tag questions, modal verbs
Tag questions, present continuous tense
Tag questions, present perfect tense
Tag questions, simple present of to be
Tag questions, simple present
Tag questions, summary
Tenses, summary of the uses of
than, followed by subjective case
than, used as subordinate conjunction
than, used in comparisons with adjectives which use endings
than, used in comparisons with adjectives which do not use endings
than, used with adverbs in comparisons
that
that, compared with which and who
That, used as relative pronoun
the ..., the ...
the least, used with adverbs in comparisons
the same as
the, summary of use of
the, used before singular countable nouns
the, used to refer to something unique
the, used to refer to something as a class
the, used with adjectives referring to classes of people
the, used with adverbs in comparisons
the, used with names of nationalities
the, used with names of people
the, used with names of places
the, used with proper nouns
the, used with the superlative form of an adjective
the with plural nouns, used to refer to something mentioned before
the with plural nouns, used to refer to something when it is considered obvious what is meant
the with singular nouns, used to refer to something mentioned before
the with singular nouns, used to refer to something when it is considered obvious what is meant
the with uncountable nouns, used to refer to something mentioned before
the with uncountable nouns, used to refer to something when it is considered obvious what is meant
their
their, informal use of
theirs
them
themselves
then, used as connecting adverb
there and here
there used as an introductory word
therefore, used as connecting adverb
therefore, used as connecting adverb
these
they
they'd (they had)
they'd (they would)
they'll
they're
they've
Third person singular, endings
this
those
thou
though, used as subordinate conjunction
through, use of
through, used as preposition or adverb
throughout, use of
thus, used as connecting adverb
till, use of
till, used as subordinate conjunction
to, use of
to, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
to, used after certain nouns
to, used after certain verbs
to, used in idioms
too
toward or towards, use of
toward or towards, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
toward or towards, used after certain nouns
Transitive and intransitive verbs
turn

U
ue changed to u before adding ly
Uncountable nouns, used in making a general statement
Uncountable nouns, used to refer to something not mentioned before
Uncountable nouns, used to refer to individual things
Uncountable nouns
under, use of
under, used in idioms
underneath, use of
unless, used as subordinate conjunction
until, use of
until, used as subordinate conjunction
up to, use of
up, use of
up, used in idioms
upon, use of
upon, used as preposition or adverb
us
use, simple past followed by an infinitive
used to
Uses of the English verb tenses
Uses of the present continuous

V
Verb + adverb + preposition, where the verb has an object
Verb + adverb + preposition
Verb + adverb, ergative verbs
Verb + adverb, examples of intransitive phrasal verbs
Verb + adverb, examples of transitive phrasal verbs
Verb + adverb, position of adverb of manner
Verb + adverb, position of object of the verb
Verb + adverb, stress in spoken English
Verb + preposition compared with verb + adverb
Verb + preposition or adverb, where the verb has an object
Verb + preposition or adverb
Verb + preposition, examples of phrasal verbs
Verb + preposition, position of object of the preposition
Verb + preposition, position of adverb of manner
Verb + preposition, stress in spoken English
Verb + preposition, where the verb has an object
Verb agreement, amounts considered as a whole
Verb agreement, collective nouns and compound subjects
Verb agreement, nouns followed by descriptive phrases
Verb agreement with compound subjects, summary
Verb forms, introduction
Verb tenses, active voice of to show
Verb tenses, summary of the uses of
Verb tenses, to be and the passive voice of to show
Verb tenses, uses and formation of
Verbs followed by either infinitives or gerunds
Verbs followed by gerunds
Verbs followed by infinitives
Verbs followed by prepositions
Verbs in the passive voice followed by prepositions
Verbs of motion
Verbs of motion, used with adverb phrases of location
Verbs, 140 common irregular verbs
Verbs, ergative
Verbs, linking
Verbs, phrasal
Verbs, phrasal verbs consisting of a verb followed by a preposition
Verbs, phrasal verbs consisting of a verb followed by an adverb
versus, use of
via, use of
Voice of a verb, changing from active to passive
Voice of a verb, changing from passive to active
Voice of a verb, changing the voice while preserving the meaning
Voice of a verb, comparison of active and passive
Voice of a verb with both a direct object and an indirect object

W
was
was, used as an auxiliary
wasn't
we
we'd (we had)
we'd (we would)
we'll
we're
we've
well, use of
were
were, used as an auxiliary
weren't
what with ... and
what and which
what, used as relative pronoun
whatever, used as relative pronoun
when, use of
where, use of
whereas, used as subordinate conjunction
whether ... or
whether, used as subordinate conjunction
which and what
which, compared with that and who
Which, used as relative pronoun
while and during
while, used as subordinate conjunction
who, compared with which and that
who, used as interrogative pronoun
Who, used as relative pronoun
whoever, used as relative pronoun
whom, objective case of who
whom, use of
Whom, used as relative pronoun
whose, possessive case of who
whose, use of
Whose, used as relative pronoun
Whose, used in informal English
why, use of
wide and widely
will
will and shall
will be
will have been
will have
Wishes, a later time
Wishes, an earlier time
Wishes, summary
Wishes, the same time
Wishes
with, use of
with, used after certain nouns
with, used after certain adjectives and verbs in the passive voice
with, used after certain verbs
with, used in idioms
within, use of
within, used in idioms
without, use of
without, used in idioms
won't
won't
Word order of direct and indirect questions, summary
Words used as prepositions or adverbs
would, conjugations with
would, continuous conjugation
would, perfect conjugation
would, perfect continuous conjugation
would, simple conjugation
would, summary of conjugations
would, used as auxiliary
wouldn't

Y
y changed to i before adding es
y changed to i before adding ly
yet, used as coordinate conjunction
you'd (you had)
you'd (you would)
you'll
you're
you've
you, objective case
you, subjective case
your
yours
yourself
yourselves


 

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