Ava Anderson

Ava Anderson

Albion College
English Grammar

English Grammar teacher | Experienced educator in USA

I am a passionate educator specializing in English Grammar, dedicated to empowering students to excel in language skills. My journey began at Albion College, where I honed my expertise in linguistic nuances and effective communication strategies. With a commitment to fostering a supportive learning environment, I strive to instill confidence and proficiency in grammar among my students. Through personalized instruction and interactive engagement, I aim to cultivate a deep understanding of English grammar principles and their practical applications. Let's embark on this journey together towards mastering the intricacies of language!


  • Why do authors use apostrophe in literature?
  • What is an example of a figure of speech?
  • Why is punctuation and grammar important?
  • Why is punctuation important in a poem?
  • What does imperative mean? I need to know it for grammar!!
  • Is "her" a personal pronoun? I'm not allowed to use them in an essay. How can I change that but still indicate that her parents are buying it for her?
  • When is the use of second person point of view acceptable in college writing?
  • What is the purpose of tragic flaws in literature?? Please help. I really don't understand
  • Is this a metaphor: "Human beings are ends, not means"?
  • “Very often indeed they would first give us a song,” versus the modern text: “First they would often sing to us,” an example of syntax, diction, or idiom?
  • Is the rhyme scheme "abab" 2 stanzas or 4 stanzas? How do I determine the number of stanzas?
  • How is the word "doppelganger" pronounced?
  • Is the correct adjective form for verisimilitude "verisimilitudinous"? How would I pronounce "verisimilitudinous"?
  • In fiction books, what is the purpose of writing epilogues?
  • What is pathetic fallacy?
  • How does pathetic fallacy make "Romeo and Juliet" dramatic?
  • What does "being made redundant" mean? Not the repetitive meaning, the employment-related meaning?
  • Which point of view uses the pronouns "you" and "your" to refer to the reader?
  • What does chiasmus mean? What is an example?
  • In the poem "Digging," by Seamus Heaney, where is the chiasmus?