This section tests your knowledge of the conventions, structures, and functions of the English language.
Here are some concepts to review for the test.
Verb complements give added information to the main verb. Verb complements can be noun phrases, adverbs, adjectives, or clauses.
They asked him to leave.
Leave is the verb complement to the main verb asked.
Count and Noncount Nouns
Count nouns are nouns that you can count. It is a count noun if you can make the noun plural or add a number in front of it.
Examples: books, candles, 20 cars, 12 shoes
A noncount noun is a noun that you cannot count or make plural.
Examples: work, air, milk, bread