Hyphens

Hyphens

A hyphen is used to join two or more words that together form an adjective, where this adjective is used before the noun it describes. Example: the last-minute rush Example: great-grandmother Always use a hyphen with the prefixes all-, ex-, and self-, and with the...

Prepositions Quiz

What is a preposition? A preposition is a word that describes the relationship between a word/phrase before it and a word/phrase that follows it. For example, in the sentence, “The truck drove over the river.” the preposition is “over” and it...
Family Vocabulary Quiz

Family Vocabulary Quiz

Who’s Who in YOUR family? Here’s a fun quiz for you regarding how family members are connected. Welcome to your Family Vocabulary Quiz Name Email My mother's daughter is my aunt cousin sister My mother's mother is my aunt great aunt grandmother...

“On to” vs. Onto” Quiz

How well do you know the difference between writing “on to” vs. “onto” in a sentence? Test your knowledge here: Welcome to your "On to" vs. "Onto" Quiz Name Email Turn right (blank) MLK Blvd Please select your answer onto on...

Misused Words

From the moment you open your mouth to say something or send a written communication, your words create an impression. Someone is immediately going to make a decision about your communication skills that could make or break you. Are you using the correct words in your...