“Three must know grammar tips for the ACT English section.”
The ACT is a standardized test you may take in high school. There is an English section. In order to pass it you need to know some grammar rules. Three of them are given here. This test does matter if you want to get into a good college because they do look at the scores when deciding whom to accept. Preparing for the test ahead of time can help you do better on it and can also make it less stressful.
- The BEST ACT is cheaper than private tutoring and can be another option for learning english
- Comma errors are extremely common to make for english learners, commas should be used for appositive phrases but the appositive must be removeable
- Semicolons cannot be used as commons except perhaps 2 percent of the time, a semicolon needs two independent clauses to be used properly