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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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A little and A Few Exercises (With Printable PDF)

A little and a few are two phrases that confuse many English writers. Learn the difference between the two quantifiers, then answer the two printable worksheets to check your understanding. A Little vs. A Few Both a little and a few are called quantifiers that mean some. Example: Your lasagna …

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Modal Verbs of Obligation – Examples & Worksheet

The four most common modal verbs of obligations are must, have to, should, and ought to. We use these modal verbs in any form for rules, laws, strong advice, and warm invitations. Learn the complete definition and examples of modal verbs of obligations. Then, answer the worksheet I whipped up …

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Superlative Exercises (With Printable PDF)

One of the three degrees of comparison is the superlative degree. We use it to describe something or someone with the highest degree of characteristics among a group. Review the definition and use of superlatives, then answer the three worksheets I made to check your mastery of the topic. What …

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Subject and Object Questions Exercises (+ Printable PDF)

Do you know how to form subject and object questions? Subject questions do not require auxiliary verbs, but object questions do. These three worksheets will help you practice the topic. Subject and Object Questions Read the sentence below. The subject is Sheila, while the verb is drank (past tense of …

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Infinitive of Purpose – Examples & Worksheet

Our actions almost always have intentions behind them. But how do we express these purposes in English? That’s where the infinitive of purpose enters! “I am studying to be a doctor” is an example of a sentence with an infinitive of purpose. Keep reading to learn the definition and examples …

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How to Use ‘Would’ – Guide & Examples

Would you want to learn how to use would in sentences? We use this modal verb in everyday speech, but many don’t know its meaning. But, I assure you, it’s easy to use once you know its functions. Is would the same as will? Does it express a different verb …

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Verbs and Prepositions – List, Examples & Worksheet

Some verbs need prepositions like for, to, about, of, and from to connect to the objects of sentences. These combinations are called prepositional verbs. Check out this list of verbs with prepositions in the English language with sentence examples. Then answer the worksheet provided to check your understanding. What Is …

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Order of Adjectives Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Do you say handsome, young, three men, or three handsome young men? Adjectives are more challenging than we think because we have to consider their order in sentences. This guide will show you the correct order of adjectives in the English language. I provided a three-part test to help you …

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Modal Verbs of Ability – Examples & Worksheet

Are you struggling with understanding when and how to use modal verbs of ability? They can be problematic even for native speakers! These versatile words are often used in everyday conversation, and mastering them can be hugely beneficial for both communicating effectively and understanding what others mean when they use …

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Linking Verbs – List, Examples & Worksheet

Linking verbs do not have the same role as typical verbs that show action. The function of this verb type is to link a subject to its subject complement. What is a linking verb? What are all the linking verbs? My handy dandy guide will show you the meaning, functions, …

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