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ENC 1102 - Bielecki (Ybor City): Modifiers

Resources discussed and demonstrated during Ms. Bielecki's ENC 1102 courses' library orientation, as well as composition and grammar resources

Adjectives, Adverbs, and Other Modifiers

This page covers the topic of modifiers, such as adjectives, adverbs, phrases, and clauses. Further down the page, find links to online writing labs (OWLs), information on how to get HCC's free tutoring in person or online, and embedded videos.

A basic understanding of adjectives and adverbs is necessary before beginning this topic. For a review, click or hover over the arrow of the "Grammar" tab above, choose "Parts of Speech" from the drop-down list, and review adjectives and adverbs on that page.

Modifiers: OWL Overviews

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Modifiers: OWL Practice Exercises

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Help from HCC's Tutors

Questions? 813-253-7741 or yborsuccess@hccfl.edu

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Modifiers: Videos

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The video below from Texas A&M University covers misplaced and dangling modifiers (but misspells the word "barbecue").

When the next videos (from Purdue University and Khan Academy) refer to "dangling modifiers," they really mean "misplaced or dangling." 

Embedded video not working? Email the page's URL to jbielecki@hccfl.edu.