- Adjectives and Adverbs
- General Grammar
- Verb Tenses
For some hot dog aficionados, why there are many different varieties of mustard but relatively few varieties of ketchup is a conundrum to ponder.
The policy of some corporations is to hire employees right out of school in order to exploit their eagerness and enthusiasm.
Max is so gullible. He believed me when I told him that I was running for president of the US.
Max is a person of impeccable character.
Max has a penchant for coffee and doughnuts.
It doesn't seem plausible that your dog actually ate your homework.
When you sign the mortgage papers, be sure to scrutinize the fine print.