Free Sentence Correction Content for GMAT
Learning Sentence Correction for the GMAT can be a mammoth task for many. It is easy to feel overwhelmed given the wide range of grammar knowledge that many SC questions expect.
One thing to understand is that ‘GMAT English’ is no different from Standard English. So, whatever issues you face/ confusion you have may be resolved through any high-quality English content – even if it is not GMAT-specific.
On this page I have created a repository of high-quality English grammar content that was already available online. We have sifted through a lot of content to find good quality material. We have collated it all in one place so it becomes easy for the students to consume the content. As far as basic grammar is concerned, you need not spend time on figuring out what you need to learn, and then figuring out from where you need to learn.
Introduction to Sentence Correction
I- Structure and parts of speech
Learn what prepositions, pronouns, and conjunctions as parts of sentences do and how they interact with each other.
II- Subject – Verb Agreement
Subject-verb agreement is one of the most common topics assessed on the GMAT. Let’s start with the basics.
Caution: In case of neither-nor, either-or the verb agrees with the second subject and can be singular or plural,
although in the video because of the examples chosen one may be tempted to make a false conclusion.
III – Modifiers
Sometimes even clauses can act as modifiers
A verb modifier can be a simple adverb, an adverb phrase or an adverb clause.
Essential and Non-essential Modifiers
Countable and Non- Countable Modifiers
IV – Tenses
A quick walk-through of the various tenses in the English language with examples.
Perfect tenses are important to understand for GMAT sentence correction. These videos explain ‘how’ and ‘when’ past and present tenses are used.
V – Pronouns
VI – Parallelism
This video covers the power of parallelism and how it gives perfect balance to any sentence
Let’s find out what gerund and infinitives are, and how they are different from one other
VII – Comparisons
Learn some keywords and tips to use while comparing two things that are similar or the same.
VIII – Idiomatic Expressions
In SC, we don’t have questions – sentences ending in ‘?’,
but the explanations in this video are still relevant for the GMAT.
IX – Miscellaneous
X – GMAT level content
XI – All Official Sentence Correction Questions
XII – Detailed Solutions to Official GMAT Questions
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