Practice quiz on identifying the head noun

Practice quiz on identifying the head noun

Last week, we posted an article about how to identify the head noun in a noun phrase. As is the design of our courses, theoretical learning should be accompanied by practice so that you are sure you have understood the concept well. So, here is a quiz – or as we call...
A mind map for subject–verb agreement

A mind map for subject–verb agreement

There has been a lot of activity since the announcement about our first course, Essentials of Language Editing, was made. It is encouraging and exciting to see that a good number of editors and aspiring editors have shown interest in the sample lesson on subject–verb...

each of them vs they each

Here is another trivia. The indefinite pronoun “each” is singular. It takes a singular verb. Each creation is different. Note that “each” comes before a singular noun and takes a singular verb. If “each” is followed by an...