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 the subject in the following sentence? On the table lay all his books.
  • In this paragraph, the sentence: “The channel of spines on their backs catches rainwater and channels it to their mouths,” is _____?
  • Is this the correct way to use the word redundant in a sentence: "There are some redundant sentences in this paragraph that does not go with the topic." ?
  • What is the difference between its and it's? Thank you!!
  • What are the personal pronouns in the following sentence?: Brian was working on the project and before he knew it, twelve hours had gone by.
  • In the following sentence, should "Who" or "Whom" be used in the blank space?: To ___ should this be addressed to?
  • What is the difference between an objective pronoun and a subjective pronoun?
  • What are the adverbs in the following sentence?: He read the book very quickly and ended up poorly summarizing it.
  • What are the adverbs in the following sentence?: The rain was falling very hard as the delivery man quickly delivered the package.
  • What is/are the adverb(s) in the following sentence?: The snail quickly crawled past the hare that was slowly hopping forward.
  • What is the purpose of syntax?
  • What is the participle adjective in the following sentence?: The instruction manual is very confusing.
  • What is the function of the complement shown in parentheses in this sentence "The situation seems completely (desperate)" ?
  • Does the following sentence have any proper adjectives? If so, where?: These paintings are from the Victorian era.
  • Is the following sentence missing commas? If so, where?: The robots are still functioning.
  • What are good adjectives that start with the letter "J"?
  • Do you know any adjectives to describe one's laughter? I need adjectives to describe ones laughter, for example: chiming laughter.
  • What is the difference between a noun clause and a noun phrase?
  • What is the difference between modals and the subjunctive/imperative mood?
  • Must a complete sentence have a predicate and a verb?