Rules of capitalization and punctuation, as well as commonly mispronounced and misspelled words.
For use in English courses in which the practice of composition is combined with the study of literature. It aims to give in brief space the principal requirements of plain English style.
A light hearted approach to learning basic English grammar. Featuring 27 lessons contained on two videos with companion workbook/study guide.
FAQ site designed to help CMS users eliminate ambiguities or misunderstandings found in the book itself.
Catalogue of writing or speaking mistakes and easily confusable words, with corrections.
Improve your writing with free daily e-mail grammar lessons.
Grammar rules site by Sam Sagmiller.
Offers over 50 of the most popular grammar errors with articles containing tips to correct common mistakes.
Modern English Grammar from the Daniel Kies and the College of DuPage.
Starts with remedial lessons and expands to other sites.
A free online resource for grammar and English exercises.
An online grammar clinic from England. Administered by the Lydbury Centre. Bulletin boards and chat.
The main points of English grammar explained, with examples.
This site explains English, so that everyone can understand.
An online grammar book for student editors.
A guide to English grammar. Also links to punctuation, spelling, vocabulary, and writing guides.
Original articles on a wide variety of topics related to English language.
Offers a new tip about English grammar and usage every two weeks. Subscription service available to have tips sent via email.
A fully cross-referenced dictionary of grammatical terms of English language containing more than 250 English grammar entries.
Targeted, nontechnical articles on problems of grammar and usage. By Tina Blue.
Grammar explanations, handouts for teachers and students, and interactive exercises.
Website run by Mignon Fogarty that teaches basic grammar and style lessons.
This help file indexes style and usage, capitalization, abbreviations, punctuation, letter writing, common mistakes and a grammar glossary.
A curmudgeonly blog on grammar, with questions answered.
A collection of lessons and practices for teachers and learners of English. By Sam An Teng.
Brought to you by Patricia T. O'Conner, author of "Woe Is I," and the writer Stewart Kellerman.
The information ranges from copy editing to elements of style to discussions. Practical information about the writing craft.
Digital handouts on grammar and English usage. From subject-verb agreement and use of articles to exercises in parallel structures and argumentative essays. You can submit questions about grammar and writing.
Blogged explanations of English grammar rules, from parts of speech and punctuation to putting them all together.
Online courses in plain English and grammar.
A guide to the use of English by Sir Ernest Gowers.
Diagrams of moderately long and complex sentences are accompanied by explanations for both beginners and experienced diagrammers.
An examination of common errors that are becoming generally accepted as correct. A mini-course in English usage.
Highlighting grammar and other writing errors found on the Web.
A site with thoughts on why using sound English is important and on just what "sound English" is.
Online publication of H.W. Fowler's "The King's English."
Essay about incorrect grammar usage, with examples of common errors and advice as to how to avoid them.
Tips, tutorials, and resources for writers, students, editors, educators, and web designers. Also, Webgrammar answers questions about American English grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and usage.
Free educational articles on grammar, style, and usage with examples and quizzes.
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