Jack Allen

Jack Allen

Midwestern State University
English Grammar

English Grammar teacher | Experienced educator in USA

With a specialization in English Grammar from Midwestern State University, my passion lies in unraveling the intricacies of language. As a dedicated educator, I thrive on demystifying grammar's complexities, making it accessible and enjoyable for all learners. With years of experience, I bring clarity and expertise to every session, fostering a deep understanding of language mechanics. Whether it's parsing clauses or dissecting syntax, I am committed to guiding students toward mastery. Let's embark on this journey together, where every question is an opportunity for growth and discovery.


  • What is a "grotesque" character? What is an example of a grotesque character from a movie or book?
  • What are thirty words that can be made possessive?
  • Which interrogative pronoun should replace the blank space in the following sentence?: ____ is on the roster?
  • Which interrogative pronoun should replace the blank space in the following sentence?: _____ shirt do you think looks better on me?
  • What adjectives can be added to the following sentence to make it more informative?: The coach handed the players their jerseys, before the game.
  • What are some good ways to teach punctuation?
  • What are some examples of didactic writing?
  • Is the word "challenging" a noun, verb, adjective?
  • What is the purpose of prewriting in the writing process?
  • What are the key elements of arguments?
  • In this sentence, is the verb transitive or intransitive verb: "The sun shines brightly during the day."?
  • How do you type a title with a question mark in the name for an essay?
  • Should I write my novel in first, second, or third person?
  • What is an empty sentence? What makes the sentence empty? What are 2 examples of an empty sentence?
  • What is the rhyme scheme of a sonnet?
  • What does it mean to talk in second person?
  • What is the difference between a prologue and epilogue? Which one goes at the beginning and which one goes at the end?
  • What are some examples of imagery in Macbeth?
  • Can anybody think of some similes that compare soccer, tennis and hockey?
  • Does "The End" go before or after the epilogue?