Ch 24: NES Middle Grades ELA: Modifiers

About This Chapter

Studying modifiers for the NES Middle Grades English Language Arts exam does not have to be a dreadfed process. This chapter contains short and fascinating video lessons and quizzes that will help you to become more at ease with similar questions on exam day.

NES Middle Grades ELA: Modifiers - Chapter Summary

Watch the video lessons in this chapter about definite articles and modifiers. Our quizzes can be used to measure your progress towards recalling examples of predicates. These video lessons will ensure you are knowledgeable and can answer questions about the following types of items:

  • When to use definite vs indefinite articles
  • Definitions of misplaced and dangling modifiers
  • Meaning and examples of predicates
  • Definition and reasons for using gerunds

If you wish to skip to another subject in one of our videos, you can use the easy-to-navigate timeline. Should you answer some of the questions on the quizzes incorrectly, you can go to the exact place in the video that addresses the answer by using the 'Watch Answer' button. Do not hesitate to ask one of our instructors or experts if you have a question.

NES Middle Grades ELA: Modifiers Objectives

The NES Middle Grades ELA: Modifiers chapter corresponds to the English Language Conventions, Composition, Writing Process, and Research objective which accounts for 15% of the total exam questions and score. Please keep in mind that you may also see questions about the formation and crafting of written works. There are 150 multiple-choice questions on the test, and the test is taken on a computer. You will be allowed approximately 3 hours to complete your test.

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