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 should you use dreamed vs dreamt?
  • What are eponyms? What are some examples?
  • 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."?
  • What are the numeral adjectives in the following sentence?: The flock of thirty birds migrated south during the winter.
  • How do you pronounce "litotes"?
  • How do you start or begin a counter argument paragraph?
  • Which sentence has correct subject-verb agreement?
  • What are the nouns in the following sentence?: The three red bicycles are in my garage.
  • What is the participial phrase in this sentence "The boy sleeping in the corner is snoring loudly"?
  • Are "would," "been," and "being" considered to be verbs?
  • What are the nouns in the following sentence?: When Richard took the keyboard out of his backpack, he noticed that three keys were missing.
  • What the past participle of "hold"?
  • When do we use the semicolon in writing subordinating conjunctions?
  • Which interrogative pronoun should replace the blank space in the following sentence?: _____ don't you try out the steak?
  • Change the sentence into passive ="i saw her run away"?
  • Are "didn't know" and "hadn't known" grammatically interchangeable? Or is one better than the other?
  • What is the the longest verb ending in "-ing" in the English dictionary?
  • What is the best definition of a passive verb?
  • What is/are the direct object(s) in the following sentence?: We should send someone to check on the bridge; it may need repairs.
  • What would be the intransitive verb in this paragraph?