Elijah Adams

Elijah Adams

University of Findlay
English Grammar

English Grammar teacher | Tutor for 8 years

I hold a degree in English Grammar from the University of Findlay. With a passion for language and communication, I specialize in guiding students through the intricacies of English grammar. Whether unraveling the mysteries of syntax or fine-tuning writing skills, I'm dedicated to fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation for the English language. Through personalized instruction and a supportive learning environment, I empower students to confidently navigate the complexities of grammar and excel in their academic pursuits. Let's embark on this grammatical journey together!


  • When two ideas are used to prove each other, we call this ________ reasoning?
  • What is the subordinate clause of the following sentence? is it a noun, adjective, or adverb clause?: Is this the book that your grandfather gave you for your birthday?
  • What part of speech is "dragon wings"?
  • How do you teach irony to middle school students?
  • What are some examples of foreshadowing in Macbeth?
  • What are songs with onomatopoeia in the lyrics? The song also has to have other literary devices such as simile and metaphors.
  • What is the prologue of a book?
  • Is 're a suitable contraction with all?
  • What is the definition of imagery?
  • Is "any customers" plural or singular? I don't know which is right.
  • Is the following sentence missing an apostrophe? If so, where?: The gazelles biggest threat is from a lions hunger.
  • Is the following sentence missing any apostrophes? If so, where?: The CEOs job is to make decisions for the company.
  • How do semicolons create tension?
  • Can you finish this sentence with a hyperbole: "The truck driver was so powerful..."?
  • What is an example of an antecedent?
  • What is a common noun?
  • Are high school classes like freshman, sophomore, junior, senior proper nouns?
  • How do you use euphony in a sentence?
  • Does the following sentence have any proper adjectives? If so, where?: Swiss chocolate is supposed to be the best in the world.
  • Is the use of the semicolon and the word conversely correct in this sentence: "I find the proposed schedule to be very disagreeable, and; conversely, I am in agreement with Bob's comments in his e-mail."?