This study guide for Volume 2 of The English Tutor guides learners through each scene to review and apply simple and compound sentences; the first two types of sentences.



There are four kinds of sentence structures: simple sentences, compound sentences, complex sentences, and compound-complex sentences. In this video we are studying the first two kinds of sentences, simple and compound. Leading into a study of the structure and the necessary components of these sentences, we begin, in the first scene, with a review of the parts of speech.

Table of Contents

Dear Viewer iii
Table of Contents v
Preface vii
Introduction ix
Scene 1: In the Garden 1
Scene 2: Pat and Sara Have Entered the Cottage (sentences, subjects, verbs, parts of speech, nouns, pronouns, interjections) 3
Scene 3: Mr. Coolidge Collects Vintage Clothes (nouns, pronouns, verbs) 7
Scene 4: Jarrod Reveals His Career Ambition, and Mr. Coolidge Makes a Confession (subjects, verbs, clauses, simple sentences) 11
Scene 5: Mr. Coolidge Gives His Philosophy About Clothes (adjectives, adverbs) 15
Scene 6: Sara Rebukes Jarrod and Pat (direct objects, predicate nouns, predicate pronouns, indirect objects) 17
Scene 7: Pat Continues the Questioning, and Sara Asks Mr. Coolidge a Personal Question (prepositions, coordinating conjunctions, subordinating conjunctions, compound sentences) 19
Scene 8: Sara Makes an Admission (verbals, infinitives, gerunds, participles) 23
Scene 9: Sara Denies Being a Pyromaniac and Learns the Outcome of the Examination 25
In Conclusion (sentences: simple and compound) 27
Index 29

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