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!


  • English pronoun forms show gender and what else?
  • What is a finite verb? What does it mean when we say that a verb is limited by person, number, mood and tense?
  • How is the word "doppelganger" pronounced?
  • What are an epilogue and prologue? Why/when do you include these in your novel?
  • What is a word or phrase that is used in place of a word that has an unfavorable connotation?
  • Is it okay to write a prologue for a short story?
  • What is the code in the Back of the Dan Brown book "Digital Fortress"? On the last page after the epilogue, there is a code or some numbers that look like a code. What is it? If it is a code, how can I solve it?
  • What are examples of portmanteau? I need 10 portmanteau words that are verbs. Like twist + swirl = twirl. I have to write an equation like that for each one (containing the two words).
  • How does pathetic fallacy create suspense?
  • Are these pathetic fallacy: "Mist creeps; wet wind blows."?
  • Is this an example of pathetic fallacy: "Time went by relentlessly and it was Saturday again."?
  • Is this a metaphor, a simile, or pathetic fallacy: "Silence, emphatic as a thunderclap, followed her request."?
  • Can someone give me examples of songs written in first person, third person limited, and omniscient?
  • What is the term used to show the relationship between a character and the setting of a story?
  • How does characterization affect theme?
  • What are some good horse puns?
  • What does the word "random" mean?
  • What are cinematic conventions?
  • How can I use the word "physiognomy" in a sentence, and the sentence must contain context clues?
  • What is the difference between the perfect tense and pluperfect tense?