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Candace Osmond

Candace Osmond studied Advanced Writing & Editing Essentials at MHC. She’s been an International and USA TODAY Bestselling Author for over a decade. And she’s worked as an Editor for several mid-sized publications. Candace has a keen eye for content editing and a high degree of expertise in Fiction.

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Comparative Adjectives Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Comparing yourself to others often leads to resentment. But in English, comparisons matter! They allow you to describe that something or someone has a bigger or smaller amount of a specific characteristic. Find out how to form comparative adjectives in this article. Then, answer the three-part exercise with a printable …

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Tag Questions Exercises (With Printable PDF)

You already know what tag questions are, don’t you? Tag questions are short questions added at the end of statements. Try these three worksheets about tag questions. The exercises will require you to recall tag question rules, complete the tag question, and respond to tag questions. What’s a Tag Question? …

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Verbs Followed By Gerunds – List, Examples & Worksheet

In English, we often use verbs followed by gerunds. Gerunds are verb forms used as nouns. In other words, it functions as a regular noun in a sentence. Today, I’ll share some of the more common verbs followed by gerunds, examples, and a worksheet to help you practice. Let’s get …

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Countable Nouns – List of Examples & Worksheet

The English language consists of several types of nouns, including countable and uncountable nouns. But what is a countable noun? Well, a countable noun or count noun is a type of noun known to be expressed in both singular and plural forms. Boy is an example of a countable noun …

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Embedded Questions – Definition, Examples & Worksheet

Many English speakers need help forming embedded questions because the structure of these questions differs from the typical what, when, who, where, and why sentences. If that’s you, I’m here to help! An embedded question is defined as a question within another statement or question. For instance, the embedded question …

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Linking Words – Full List, Examples & Worksheet

Worried that your essay lacks structure and coherence? Perhaps you should use linking words, transition words, or connectors to give it a boost. Linking words join separate sentences to improve writing flow. You can also find them mid-sentence to connect clauses. Read on as I show you the definition and …

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Passive Voice Exercises (With Printable PDF)

The passive voice is less commonly used compared to the active voice. We only use it when emphasizing the action instead of the doer. Learn how to identify and write passive voice sentences through this guide. Then, answer the three passive voice exercises I provided to test your knowledge. What …

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Adjectives and Adverbs Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Both adjectives and adverbs are modifiers. But they describe different parts of speech in the English language. Adjectives alter nouns and pronouns, while adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Answer this adverbs and adjectives test to challenge your understanding of the topic. It’s divided into three parts: multiple choice, identification, …

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Participle Clauses – Usage, List of Examples & Worksheet

What is a participle clause? How is a participle formed? These might be the kinds of questions running through your mind. As an author and former editor, they’re definitely questions I’ve heard before. Participle clauses in English grammar allow us to be more informative without making complicated sentences. Let’s take …

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Modals of Possibility – List of Examples & Worksheet

Modal verbs of possibility, modals of possibility, or possibility modal verbs express the likelihood of a situation happening. They include may, might, could, must, and have to. I’ll show you the definition of modals of possibility, their proper sentence structures, and examples of how to use them. Then, you can …

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