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SAT & ACT Tips: Writing

Here, we have a collection of videos, games, activities and worksheets that are suitable for the SAT and ACT SAT Writing & ACT English: Understanding Relative Pronouns
Learn commonly misused words (being, there vs. their, etc.) and relative pronouns (who vs. whom, that vs. which, etc.) and how to use them correctly to answer questions on the Writing section of the SAT and English section of the ACT.
SAT Writing & ACT English: Understanding Idioms
Learn how to identify idiomatic errors on the Writing section of the SAT and English section of the ACT.
Idiomatic phrases are just that -- idiomatic. This means they don't follow any hard and fast grammar rules. They make up a good portion of the Writing section, but don't worry, we'll discuss the ones you'll see on the test.
There are two ways in which idioms are tested. An idiom may be constructed improperly, or it may be incorrect for the context in which it is used. Since there are no rules, you'll need to familiarize yourself with common usage and use context clues to identify them.

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