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Welcome to English with Marcielle

 

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Professor, Author, Filmmaker,
Marcielle Brandler

 

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We are here to add to your English experience with real student essays from Marcielle’s classes, grammar help, quizzes, and much more.

Dave, a student loves Fun with Grammar.

I simplify difficult and seemingly-complex ideas into easy and fun ways to really use our crazy language.

John at LA City College loved the class.

Remember that English is made up of six languages, English (including Old English), French, Latin, Greek,Danish, German. Its history is very complex. That is why we have so many problems with it.

Adam enjoyed Marcielle’s English 101 class.

Be patient with yourself while on your learning journey through this tangled and messy language.

How to Analyze a Poem “What the Ugly Boy…”
to learn more, watch this video

Feel free to contact Professor Marcielle Brandler at
marcielleb@hotmail.com

To see Marcielle’s book on how she created success, click here.

To see Marcielle in the classroom, click here.

What are homonyms? To find out, click here.

To learn how to use neither/nor and either/or properly, click here.

To cure writer’s block, click here.

 

The below praise was given by students and we have permission to post them here:

Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2017 12:47 AM
To: marcielleb@hotmail.com
Subject: hi

Hello I’m in your English 28 class  I just wanted to let you know that I am happy you are my teacher. First day was great I am super excited to go back to school.
Cynthia Garcia Ojeda

 

Sent: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 8:49 PM
To: marcielle brandler
Subject: Re: Checking to make sure this reaches you

Dear Professor Brandler,Thank you for teaching me this semester! I learned a lot. I like the way you teach. Especially, you taught us a lot of concepts which can be applied in everyday life. I love them.

Thanks again and have a good winter break!
Best regards,
Zhulin Liu

How to put a quotation inside another quotation. It sounds tricky, but it is EASY! To learn how, click here.

To look at Fun with Grammar, click here.

To see Marcielle’s book of poems, The Breathing House, click here.

Answer to “Mind Control”
The sentence that begins with, ” My question is,….” is the Topic Sentence.

 

 For Marcielle’s other sites see below:

For her film, Answers, click here.

For Marcielle’s site on happiness called Happiness Gig, click here. 

To visit Marcielle’s film and television site, Marcielle Presents!, click here.

Marcielle’ s book, The Secret to My Wealth, Health, and Love, click here.

 

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