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10 Grammar Rules Song
Song for Teaching Grammar Rules
Tim Pacific


This song is available on Musical Recall's Greatest Hits Volume 2

This song is also available as an individual song download.

These are the 10 rules, 10 rules to conquer, common grammar mistakes.

When two vowels go walking, the first does the talking.

Silent E makes the vowel say its name.

“I” before “E” except after “C”
Or when sounding like “A” as in neighbor and weigh.

“An” comes before a word that begins with a vowel.

“A” comes before a word that begins with a consonant.

“Who” or “whoever” is the subject of a verb.

“Whom” or “whomever” is the object of a verb.

“Good” is always used to describe a noun.

“Well” is used to describe a verb.

Try not to end a sentence with a preposition.

Rules to conquer, common grammar mistakes
These are the 10 rules, 10 rules to conquer, common grammar mistakes.

 

 

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