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Category: ACT English Test

Kristin Fracchia

ACT English: How to Approach Strategy Questions

Strategy questions on the ACT English test fall under the broader category of “Rhetorical Skills” questions. To give you some context, 35 out of the 75 questions on the English test are Rhetorical Skills questions and about 11 to 15 of these are strategy questions. Strategy questions, like all rhetorical skills questions, don’t test specific […]

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Susanna Langholm

Cracking the ACT English Code: Usage and Mechanics (Part 1)

With today’s smartphone-driven jargon, it is easy to lose sight of the foundational grammar upon which the rich English language is built: a texting dialogue filled with acronyms, sentence fragments, abbreviations and emojis doesn’t exactly hold us accountable for remembering these rules. Unfortunately, the ACT still does. With that, let’s take a look at the […]

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Kristin Fracchia

ACT English Practice

Whether you’re looking for free resources, practice tests, or questions, we’ve got you covered! Check out this post for ACT English practice resources.

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Rita Neumann

Idioms on the ACT English Test

The word “idiom” tends to make many ACT students uncomfortable. What does the word refer to, and how can it help you get more ACT English questions correct? Simply put, an “idiom” is an expression, which consists of at least two words that naturally seem to “go” together. It is something that native speakers of […]

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