About the Author
Types of Writing Styles
Understanding the Assignment
Assessing the Writing Situation
Test Your Thesis
Constructing an Outline
Checklist: Planning a Document
Visuals Help You Communicate
Analyzing a Text
Academic Writing: Point of View
Academic Writing: Verb Tense
How to: Write a Summary
Countering Opposing Arguments
Putting Inductive Reasoning to the Test
Most Common Evidence Used by Authors
Keyword Searching: Do it Better!
Is this source scholarly?
Evaluating Web Sources
What Do You Need for a Citation?
What is MLA, APA, and CMS?
MLA Signal Phrases
MLA Citation Examples
APA Signal Phrases
APA Citation Examples
CMS Signal Phrases
Introducing... Subordinate Clauses!
Should You Use –s (or –es) for a Present-Tense Verb?
Is Your Sentence a Fragment?
Is Your Sentence a Run-On?
Does Your Sentence Have a Dangling Modifier?
Multilingual Writers and ESL Challenges
Verb Forms: The Basics
Verb Tenses: Active Voice
Verb Tenses: Passive Voice
The Meaning of Modals
Articles for Common Nouns
Geography and ‘The’
How to Order Cumulative Adjectives
Three Magic Words: At, On, and In
Combo Time! – Adjectives & Prepositions
Combo Time! – Verbs & Prepositions
A strategy for analyzing and revising a first draft
How to: Be a Constructive Peer Reviewer
Verb Forms: The Basics by Robin Jeffrey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.