101 GRAMMAR MINI-LESSONS - POWERPOINTS

1.         Abbreviations #1                                               
2.         Active and Passive Voice #2
3.         Adjectives and Adverbs bad and badly #3
4.         Adj & Adv with Trans and Intrans Verbs #4
5.         Adj & Adv with linking and sense verbs #5
6.         Adverbs and Adjectives # 6
7.         Agreement - number of, percentage of #7
8.         Agreement - Simple Problems A #8
9.         Agreement - Gerunds # 9
10.       Agreement - Indef pronoun #10
11.       Agreement - Compound Subjects #11
12.       Agreement - Collective nouns #12
13.       Agreement - media, criteria, etc #13
14.       Agreement - singular subjects #14
15.       Agreement - subjects preceded by each, every, and many a #15
16.       Agreement - subjects and complements #16
17.       Agreement - There and Here #17
18.       Agreement - Intervening word groups #18
19.       Brackets and Parentheses #19
20.       Brackets #20
21.       Brackets vs. Parentheses #21
22.       Capitalization - academic classifications, courses, & degrees #22
23.       Capitalization of titles - professional, military, literary works #23
24.       Capitalization - personal names, nicknames, animal's names #24
25.       Capitalization - political groups, departments, organizations #25
26.       Capitalization - races, nationalities, and species#26
27.       Captialization - religious dominations, events, groups, terms #27
28.       Capitalization - days of the week, months, holidays #28
29.       Capitalization compass# 29
30.       Capitalization - trade names #30
32.       Colons #32
33.       Comma splices and Run-on sentences #33
34.       Commas - compound sentences and elements #34
35.       Commas - Dates and Geographic Units #35
36.       Commas - Degrees and Titles #36
37.       Commas - intro elements # 37
38.       Commas - items in a series and coordinate modifiers #38
39.       Commas - quotations #39
40.       Commas - nonrestrictive elements #40
41.       Commas - Sentence Tags, Conjunctive Adverbs ##41
42.       Commas with Sentence Tags, Contrasting Elements, and Words in Direct Address #42
44.       Conversational English - slang, colloquialisms, cliches, etc. #44
45.       Comparisons - comp vs sup degrees #45
46.       Comparisons - Omis of as, other, any, & else #46
47.       Comparisons - illogical, ambiguous, and incomplete #47
48.       Dangling Modifiers #48
49.       Dashes #49
50.       Diction - Accept and except #50
51.       Diction - affect vs. effect #
52.       Diction - Alot #52
53.       Diction - altogether vs. all together #53 
54.       Diction - amount vs. fewer #54
55.       Diction - in regards to #55
56.       Diction - kind of#56
57.       Diction - lead and led #57
58.       Diction - principal vs. principle #58
59.       Diction - Used to and Supposed to #59
60.       Diction - then vs than # 60
61.       Diction - Their, there, they're #61
62.       Diction - a and an #62
63.       Ellipses #63
65.       Faulty Predication #65
66.       Fragments #66
67.       Hyphens #67
67A.     Hyphens and Dashes
68.       Idioms #68
69.       Its, It’s, and Its’ # 69
70.       Italics & Underlinging #70
71.       Misplaced Modifiers #71
72.       Numbers
73.       Parallelism with and that, and which, and and who #73
74.       Parallelism - Mixed series #74
75.       Parallelism - Correlative Pairs #75
76.       SV Agreement Singular and Plural Nouns #76
77.       Plurals #77
78.       Pronoun Case - Comparasins
79.       Pronoun Case - Nominative Case #79
80.       Pronoun Case Objective Case #80
81.       Pronoun Case #81
82.       Pronoun Case Reflexive Pronouns#82
83.       Punctuating_Quotations #83
84.       Broad Pronoun Reference - Misuse of this, which, that and it #84
85.       Vague Pronoun Reference #85
86.       Pronoun Reference - who whose where which that #86
87.       Punctuation Marks PPT-1 #87
88.       Pronoun Atecedent Agreement# 88                            
89.       Possessives with Gerunds #89
90.       Possessive Pronouns vs contractions # 90
91.       Possessives with Singular Nouns # 91
92.       
93.       Quotation Marks with Other Marks#93
93a.     Quotation Marks with other punctuation_marks #93a
94.       Quotation Marks with Titles and Words #94
95.       Semicolons#95
95.1     Slash OR Virgule #95.1
96.       Subjunctive Mood #96
97.       Verb Forms -ed #97
98.       Verb Forms - go do see write begin etc. #98
99.       Verb Forms - lie lay sit set rise raise #99
99a.     Verb Forms - Lie and Lay #99a
100.     Verb Tense - Use of the Present Tense #100
101.     You - Irregular Use #101