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  • ESL Independent Study Lab Grammar Resources
    An extensive collection of links created by Michael Krauss, Institute for the Study of American Language and Culture, Lewis & Clark College.

  • Grammar Exercises Online
    More than 200 FREE on-line exercises provided by English International Lyon, a world-class provider of English Language training.

  • Grammar for English Language Learners
    Links to grammar resources by Ohio ESL. Features activities (all levels, Basic, Intermediate, Advanced), reference, special problems in English grammar and other resources.

  • Grammar Help
    Interactive Language Exercises and Miscellaneous Grammar Resources.

  • Grammar Quizzes
    Self-Study Quizzes for ESL Students brought to you by The Internet TESL Journal. Contains Articles, Cloze, Conjunctions, Dialogs, Plurals, Prepositions, Pronouns, Sentence Structure, Tag Questions, Verbs, Sequence, Word Choice and other Quizzes.

  • Grammar Safari
    The "grammar safari" activities suggested here are just that, suggestions for "hunting" and "collecting" EXAMPLES of specific words as they are used in documents accessible to anyone on the WWW -- a vast, ever-growing, always up-to-date "corpus" of language ranging over an inexhaustible range of topics, geographic areas, and users.

  • Guide To Grammar And Writing
    Maintained by Professor of English Charles Darling for English courses at Capital Community College and for the general online public. Features the ASK GRAMMAR form for qestions about grammar and writing.

  • Home of Grammar
    ESLflow.com has been created by Peter Snashall as a resource for creating ESL/EFL lessons/courses as quickly as possible.

  • HyperGrammar
    Electronic grammar course at the University of Ottawa's Writing Centre. This course covers approximately the same ground as our English department's ENG 1320 Grammar course.

  • Internet Grammar of English
    An online course in English grammar written primarily for university undergraduates. However, we hope that it will be useful to everyone who is interested in the English language. IGE does not assume any prior knowledge of grammar. IGE is accessible free of charge to all users for a limited trial period only.

  • Purdue University's Online Writing Lab
    Offers handouts for students and teachers about general writing concerns (the writing process), English as a Second Language (such as writing for an American audience and help with English conventions) , grammar, spelling, and punctuation, research and documenting sources (including MLA and APA styles), professional writing (such as resumes and cover letters), and writing across the curriculum (incorporating writing into a variety of disciplines.)





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