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Beginner’s Grammar Lessons for Free
Our friends, the Grammar Gorillas, need help identifying parts of speech. If you click on the right word in the sentence, our friends get a banana. And you know, a gorilla with a banana is a gorilla with appeal. <groan>
To help you learn the parts of speech. Cue cards and posters also available to print out.
Intermediate English Grammar
Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
Free lessons, exercises with answers, and tests.
Common Errors in English
Here’s a list of some words, which are often used incorrectly. Includes short explanations and exercises. Click on any word in a list to go to the exercise.
A Cup of English
A blog with interesting stories, with grammar notes at the end of each story. Podcasts available for those who’d like to hear the stories.
William Safire’s humorous list of things to remember while you are writing. You may want to print this out and put over your writing table. An Example: Don’t use no double negatives.
Advanced English Grammar
The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century
by Steven Pinker
Elements of Style, The
William Strunk’s classic and humorous guide to writing understandable English.
Grammar Girl Quick & Dirty Tips for Better Writing
Podcasts and transcripts on many of those little sticklers of style and word choice that can trip us all.
Guide to Grammar and Writing
A general guide recommended for teens and adults.
The Internet Grammar of English
British site, useful to everyone who is interested in the English language. IGE does not assume any prior knowledge of grammar.
King’s English, The
A complete reference on English grammar and style.
KISS Grammar Course
Free, self-paced course in English grammar and sentence structure. Recommended for high school level students.
The Snarky Student’s Guide to Grammar
We use real-life examples of grammar bloopers as a teaching tool for kids. (Don’t worry; we’re not really that snarky.)