Ch 22: NES Middle Grades ELA: Phrases & Clauses

About This Chapter

You have entered a chapter filled with quick and fun video lessons about phrases and clauses that will help you study for the NES Middle Grades English Language Arts exam. Practice answering questions similar to the ones you will see on exam day.

NES Middle Grades ELA: Phrases & Clauses - Chapter Summary

If you are having difficulty recalling the definition and correct use of a clauses, our video lessons will help you remember. Take our quizzes to asses your knowledge of independent and dependent clauses. The video lessons will help refresh your memory of the following items:

  • Definition & types of a clause
  • Types, definition, and examples of a phrase
  • Differences between independent and dependent clauses in the structure of a sentence
  • Meanings and utilization of clauses
  • Correct ways to join independent and dependent clauses

If you need to review specific parts of the video lessons while viewing them, you can use the timeline to jump to those parts. Video lesson transcripts are also available if you would like to read through the them. Any missed quiz question can be used as an opportunity to learn by clicking the 'Watch Answer' feature. This will allow you to go to the precise portion of the video that addresses the missed question. Please let our instructors or experts know if you have any questions.

NES Middle Grades ELA: Phrases & Clauses Chapter Objectives

This chapter links to the English Language Conventions, Composition, Writing Process, and Research section of the NES Middle Grades English Language Arts exam which counts for 15% of the whole exam. On your test, you may also be asked about other grammatical rules and parts of writing. You can expect to answer 150 multiple-choice question on a computer in a 3-hour period of time.

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