GrammarFlip Lessons

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech lessons provide the building blocks of grammar.  GrammarFlip covers these topics in detail to ensure a solid foundation is built.  First time learners and students seeking to review the parts of speech can both benefit from the instructional videos and slide show reviews.

Demonstrative Adjectives
Demonstrative Pronouns
Possessive Adjectives
Possessive Pronouns
Adverbs Modifying Verbs
Adverbs Modifying Adjectives
Adverbs Modifying Other Adverbs
Transitive Verbs
Intransitive Verbs
Relative Pronouns
Relative Adverbs


Nominative Case Pronouns
Objective Case Pronouns
Possessive Case Pronouns
Reflexive Pronouns
Intensive Pronouns
Interrogative Pronouns
Interrogative Adjectives
Indefinite Pronouns
Indefinite Adjectives
Subordinating Conjunctions
Conjunctive Adverbs

Parts of the Sentence

Parts of the Sentence lessons are critical for understanding how the parts of speech function in language construction. From the basic to the advanced, these lessons will cover a wide range of grammar topics that can be used in any grade level or classroom.

Simple and Complete Subjects
Simple and Complete Predicates
Compound Subjects
Compound Predicates
The Understood You
Compound Subjects Using “Or”
Hard-to-Find Subjects in Questions
Hard-to-Find Subjects (Here/There)
Objects of Prepositions
Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases as Adjectives
Prepositional Phrases as Adverbs
Direct Objects
Indirect Objects
Objective Complements
Subject Complements
Phrases Defined
Appositive Phrases
Clauses Defined
Independent Clauses
Dependent/Subordinate Clauses


Simple Sentences
Compound Sentences
Complex Sentences
Compound-Complex Sentences
Adjective Clauses
Adverb Clauses
Noun Clauses
Participles and Participial Phrases
Gerunds and Gerund Phrases
Infinitives and Infinitive Phrases

Mechanics and Usage

Mechanics and Usage lessons equip students with the necessary skills to communicate clearly to all audiences.  With a focus on the application of these concepts in student writing, these lessons tie together both simple constructions of grammar as well as the more complex such that any age or skill level of student will benefit.

Capitalization: Basic Rules
Capitalization: Advanced Rules
Commas: Items in a Series
Active Voice vs. Passive Voice
Commas: Between Two Adjectives
Common Homophones
Commonly Confused Pairs
Apostrophes: Basic Rules
Apostrophes: Joint vs. Individual Ownership

Quotation Marks in Dialogue
Quotation Marks vs. Italics
Misplaced Modifiers (Phrases)
Subject/Verb Agreement
Who vs. Whom
Semicolons w/ Independent Clauses
Commas w/ Introductory Clauses
Parts of Speech vs. Parts of the Sentence

Run-on Sentences
Comma Splices
Parallel Construction
Elliptical Clauses
Misplaced Modifiers (Clauses)
Dangling Participles
Possessive Use with Gerunds
Commas: Essential & Non-Essential Elements

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