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  • ACE Copyediting - A free monthly self-help writing guide for students of the English language who want to communicate more effectively. Guide covers grammar, punctuation, spelling, cliches, and jargon.
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  • Apostrophe Protection Society - Illustrates the correct use of the apostrophe in spelling the plural and possessive. Gives examples of misuse and the rules and examples for correct use.
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  • Basic Cozy Grammar Course - A light hearted approach to learning basic English grammar. Featuring 27 lessons contained on two videos with companion workbook/study guide.
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  • Chicago Manual of Style FAQ - FAQ site designed to help CMS users eliminate ambiguities or misunderstandings found in the book itself.
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  • A Concise Guide to Writing, Language, and Grammar - Rules of capitalization and punctuation, as well as commonly mispronounced and misspelled words.
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  • Daily Grammar - Improve your writing with free daily e-mail grammar lessons.
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  • English 126 HyperTextBook - Modern English Grammar from the Daniel Kies and the College of DuPage.
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  • English Chick: Grammar Lessons - Starts with remedial lessons and expands to other sites.
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  • English Grammar Clinic - An on-line grammar clinic from England. Administered by the Lydbury Centre. Bulletin boards and chat.
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  • English Grammar The Easy Way - This site explains English, so that everyone can understand.
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  • English Grammar Tutor - An online grammar book for student editors.
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  • The English Language - A site with thoughts on why using sound English is important and on just what "sound English" is.
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  • Fifty Years of Stupid Grammar Advice - An essay criticizing the grammar rules in, and grammar of, Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style.
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  • Get It Write - Tip Archive - Offers a new tip about English grammar and usage every two weeks. Subscription service available to have tips sent via email.
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  • Glossary of English Grammar Terms - A fully cross-referenced dictionary of grammatical terms of English language containing more than 250 English grammar entries.
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  • Grammar and Usage for the Non-Expert - Targeted, nontechnical articles on problems of grammar and usage that even good writers sometimes have trouble with.
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  • Grammar Bytes - Grammar explanations, handouts for teachers and students, and interactive exercises.
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  • Grammar Check - Offers opt-in subscribers a free, monthly ezine with a grammar feature and questions and answers submitted by readers, along with a review of a writing resource.
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  • The Grammar Curmudgeon - Discusses grammatical rules, offers pointers for writers, presents essays on language and related topics, and contains three open discussion boards.
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  • The Grammar Guru - Web site of syndicated columnist and author of The Grammatically Correct Handbook. Read columns, book chapters, find out how to order the book.
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  • Grammar Hotline Directory - Find phone numbers, e-mail addresses, web sites which you can contact for answers to short questions about writing.
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  • Grammar Now - Grammar and composition questions answered. Proofreading and editing service are also offered.
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  • Grammar Source: Englishpedia - A curmudgeonly blog on grammar, with questions answered.
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  • Grammarphobia.com - Brought to you by Patricia T. O'Conner, author of "Woe Is I," and the writer Stewart Kellerman.
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  • How to Write Well: Using the Apostrophe - Tutorial on the use of apostrophes for omission and possession.
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  • The Kings's English, 2nd ed. - Online publication of H.W. Fowler's "The King's English."
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  • One Step Forward: Better Writing through Grammar - Blogged explanations of English grammar rules, from parts of speech and punctuation to putting them all together.
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  • The Online Writing Project - Provides and organizes writing guides and grammar handouts created by writing centers and English Departments at American universities.
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  • Plain English Training - Online courses in plain English and grammar.
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  • Plain Words - A guide to the use of English by Sir Ernest Gowers.
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  • Punctuation Made Simple - Discussion of several of the most useful punctuation marks: the colon, semicolon, comma, dash, and apostrophe.
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  • Reflexive Pronouns - Explanation of usage for reflexive pronouns: myself, himself, herself, themselves, and ourselves. Includes practice sentences and an answer key.
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  • Sentence Diagrams - Diagrams of moderately long and complex sentences are accompanied by explanations for both beginners and experienced diagrammers.
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  • Serendipity: Common Errors - An examination of common errors that are becoming generally accepted as correct. A mini-course in English usage.
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  • Tomato Nation: Sincerely Your's - Essay about incorrect grammar usage, with examples of common errors and advice as to how to avoid them.
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  • The Truth About Grammar - Two word lovers fighting the War on Error.
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  • Webgrammar's Place - 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.
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  • What's the Plural of `Virus'? - A thorough investigation.
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  • Your Guide to English Prepositions - Software program designed to help users find/know the right preposition in 5 seconds.
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  • Washingtonpost.com: A Dash of Comma Sense - Columnist gives examples why correct punctuation is important. (May 25, 2004)
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