Lily Allen

Lily Allen

Samford University
English Grammar

English Grammar teacher | Tutor for 7 years

I'm an English Grammar enthusiast with a degree from Samford University. My passion lies in unraveling the intricacies of language to help students grasp grammar concepts with ease. With a knack for simplifying complex rules, I make learning enjoyable and accessible for all. Whether it's dissecting sentence structures or demystifying punctuation, I'm here to guide students on their journey to linguistic mastery. Join me in exploring the beauty of English grammar and unlocking the power of effective communication.


  • What is a predicate pronoun?
  • What is the proper punctuation of "your welcome"? Is it a shortened form of "you are welcome"?
  • Which interrogative pronoun should replace the blank space in the following sentence?: ___ locker is mine?
  • What is the difference between evaluative and descriptive adjectives?
  • How does anastrophe affect meaning?
  • What is a good way to remember the meaning of anastrophe?
  • What are examples of interrogative adjectives?
  • What is the compound adjective in the sentence below?
  • How do you use United States as an adjective??
  • What are some pros and cons of writing in first person and third person?
  • Why can't I use the second person in academic writing? How can I replace the word "you" and "your" in essay writing so it will not be in second person?
  • Larry is writing a literary analysis essay on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. What two elements should should his essay include?
  • I know if a speaker address another character by their name directly it should have commas around it. But what if they used the pronoun you instead. Such as, "You leave her alone!" Should there be a comma after "you"?
  • Mark Twain said the following: "Man is the only animal that blushes. Or needs to." What did he mean when he said this? This is just for my personal curiosity as I was reading about Twain.
  • What is the main idea in a paragraph?
  • I am supposed to find 1 present verb, 1 present participle verb, 3 past verbs, 1 past participle verb, and 1 future verb in the paragraph below. Please help ASAP?
  • How do you determine subject and predicate in questions?
  • How do you figure out the subject and predicate and direct object in a sentence?
  • Is it possible to have a rhyme scheme when there are two separate stanzas?
  • Are there any examples of the subjunctive tense in the English language besides the verb "to be"?