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ACT Grammar

ACT Prep

QuestionAnswer
Pronoun Agreement Must always agree with the noun to which it refers.
Indefinite Pronouns Anybody, anyone, either, each everybody, everyone, somebody, someone, nobody.
Case rule (subject) If a pronoun is the subject of a sentence it must be expressed as a subject.
Case rule (object) if a pronoun is the object of a sentence it must bbe expressed as an object.
CHeck out for pronouns should the pronoun be singular or plural
Indefinite Pronouns These are words such as each, either, somebody, anyone, everyone, and neither.
Pronouns (being used as a subject) If the prooun is being used as a subject it must be in subject form.
Subject Verb Agreement The verb of sentence must always agree with its subject
Singular Pronouns 1 Subject: I, You, He
Singular Pronouns 2 Object: Me, You, Him
Singular Pronoun 3 Possessive: My mines, You yours, His
Singular Pronouns 4 She,her=it Hers= its
Plural Pronouns 1 Subject: We, You, They
Plural Pronouns 2 Object: Us, you, them
Plural Pronouns 3 Possessive: Our, ours you, yours, their, theirs
Pronoun Verb Agreement The Verb must still agree with the subject, even if the subject is just a pronoun.
Verb Tense Tells us when the action of the sentence is taking place (past, present, or future)
Present tense Something happening right now
past tense an action that took place entirely in the past
future tense an action that will take place sometime down the road
Present perfect tense an action that has started in the past but may continue in the future
Past perfect tense an action that happened in the past.
Future present tense completed but not done
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