In the previous post on indefinite pronouns, I discussed issues related to Subject-Verb Agreement. This post explores issues of logic, as regards these unusual words. First, four GMAT Sentence Correction practice sentences. 1) Every US state has two senators, but the amount of representatives that all states have depends on their population. (A) the amount […]
To begin, a few new GMAT Sentence Correction practice questions. 1) After a dip caused by Congressional embroilment, many growth stocks are beginning to resume their previous levels, but some, hampered by a general stagnancy in the economy, is returning with a speed that is less than they would expect. A. is returning with a […]
Hi, everyone! Here’s a new video from us talking about what verbs go with collective nous like family, jury, committee, etc.! Enjoy, and let us know what you think :).
Another GMAT Tuesday with Kevin! This week’s topic is long appositives, which can be tricky distractions when you’re hunting for the right verb in a Sentence Correction question. Let us know how you like the video and whether you have any suggestions for next week’s topic!
Another GMAT Tuesday with Kevin! If you have any questions about Subject Verb Agreement, or any requests for future video topics, let us know!
First, a few practice sentences 1) The publication of Joyce‘s Ulysses was blocked on grounds of obscenity by the courts in the United States, but he published it in Paris in which there were less restricted novel contents. he published it in Paris in which there were less restricted novel contents he published the novel […]
First a few GMAT Sentence Correction practice questions involving modifiers 1) Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs. produced a series […]
It is not uncommon for test takers, when sloughing through the thicket of GMAT Sentence Correction questions to find themselves scratching their heads over a tricky little GMAT grammar conundrum known as an absolute phrase. What exactly are absolute phrases you ask? Well, before we dive into definitions and explanations, here are a couple of […]
UPDATE: You can find this blog and others about idioms in our new GMAT Idiom eBook! Prepositions in English display a powerful diversity of uses. Your preposition knowledge will most certainly be tested in the GMAT. In previous preposition article, we talked about the proposition “against”. Here, we will look, at the preposition “on”. […]
UPDATE: You can find this blog and others about idioms in our new GMAT Idiom eBook! Prepositions in English display a powerful diversity of uses. In previous preposition article, we talked about the proposition “for”. Here, we will look, at the prepositions “against”. Prepositions A preposition must be followed by a noun — or […]