Looking to brush up on your grammar? Or just want to learn more about the ins-and-outs of English grammar? These websites are top-notch for grammar beginners and gurus alike!
The podcast portion of this website was named the 2017 Winner of Best Education Podcast in the Podcast Awards. Ms. Fogarty’s grammar articles are not only educational, but entertaining as well, and we love her simple memory tips that will help you remember those grammar rules.
If you need to go back-to-basics, this is the site for you. As the name implies, this site starts right at the beginning, with simple lessons on the eight parts of speech, sentence construction, and goes onward from there.
Another good website that will take you from beginner all the way to advanced grammar topics. We love their lessons (which are free and available for download), exercises, and quizzes!
This is the place to take your writing and run it through a robust (much better than MS Word) grammar checker. They also have a great blog that tackles all sorts of writing and grammar topics. A caveat: any time you elect to use an automated grammar or spellchecker, never blindly accept its recommended changes. Go through the document and look at each of the changes one-by-one to make sure you really want it before hitting the “accept” button.
Want an interesting deep-dive into grammar and writing? This site is perfect for you. Everything from articles on than-then to why English can be so difficult to learn, to etymology – the website has hundreds of informative, fun articles all about grammar, words, and writing.
Want to ask a question about grammar? Want to talk to fellow grammar nerds? The grammar subreddit is the place to be!
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