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Grammar and Vocabulary
It is easy to make grammar and punctuation errors. The English Center provides Gallaudet students with help in understanding grammatical rules, including tips and guidelines that will remind you of some common errors and of how to correct them.
Description of what adjectives are, how to use them properly, and links to exercises.
Adverbs are words that describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. They often-- but not always-- have 'ly' at the end of the word.
Useful grammar resources for ESL students.
Grammar and vocabulary parts of speech review.
Prepositions are words that express the relation of a noun or pronoun to another word in the sentence. Prepositions show the relationships between things, people, and places.
The rules for distinguishing between count nouns and non-count nouns.
A closer look at conjunctions, which join, and interjections, which express emotion.
Distinguishing between the two types of articles
A collection of resources on verb tenses in English.
Speech exercises for deaf people
Links to resources to help with proofreading your work.
Follow this guide on writing sentences to further understand sentence structure and parts of speech.
Five different ways to use "s" to show plurality and possession.
Vocabulary resources from Gallaudet are for students and educators learning and teaching English.
Professor/English Center Coordinator
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