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Grammar

General Grammar Practice Sites

This link will take you to a great grammar site with a wide variety of punctuation practice.

This link will take you to the chomp chomp website.  It has a bunch of different types of practice on it.

This link will take you the Purdue website which has tons of grammar exercises on it.

This link will take you to ETS' site; it contains TONS of links for specific grammar rules. Some links takes you to a very concise review of the rule in question. These have a 10- or 20-question online quiz follows. Each question is automatically graded with explanations given. Others links lead to multiple online reviews with graded responses.

This link will take you to the English Grammar website.  It contains numerous topics in grammar are covered with online quizzes. The quizzes are short and to the point. Students can access their result, however, no explanations are given.

This link will take you to the English Grammar 101 site.

This link will take you to the English Grammar Online website.  This site is set up to help people learn English. There are terrific online practiced included. Concise reviews of the rules are given, followed by multiple practices on each topic. The quizzes are short but effective with dropdown menus.

This link is to the My English Page website.  It has a multitude of links for grammar and vocabulary review. The quizzes are short and simple, using drop-down menus. Scores are given quickly; however, no explanations are offered. 

This link will take you to the Towson website with lots of quality exercises.

This link will take you to a Method Test Prep video on punctuation.

This link will take you to another Method Test Prep video on punctuation.  Start at minute 36.

 

 

Punctuation Help

Comma Help

This link will take you to a video that reviews comma usage.

This link is on commas.  It is a mini test with answer explanations.

This link is a video on comma usage from Method Test Prep.

This link is to a blog from Evan Wessler on comma splice. 

This link is to an article on 8 simple uses of commas.

This link is to Test Geek's video on comma usage.

 

Semi Colon Help

This link is to specific ways to use of a semi colon.

This link is to another video on how to use semi colons on the ACT/SAT.

This link is from the same tutor on deeper uses of semi colons.

 

Colon Help

This link will show you how to use a colon.

This link will show you a video from Beyond the Test on how to use a colon.

 

Em/en dash and Hyphen

This link will take you to a site that explains the Em and En dashes and its cousin the Hypen.

 

Apostrophe Help

This link will take you to a site with quiz on apostrophes.

This link will take you to a second quiz on apostrophes. 

 

Parts of Speech

This link will take you to a video explaining nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.

 

Subject Verb Agreement

This link will help you with subject verb agreement.

This link will take you to a video from Method Test Prep on subject verb agreement.

This link will go over linking verbs and how to use them appropriately.

This link is to Test Geek's video on fixing run on sentences.

This link is to Test Geek's video on subject/verb agreement.

 

Adjective v Adverb Usage

This link will explain the difference between "good" and "well".

 

Conjunction and Prepositions

This link is to a Method Test Prep video on conjunction and preposition usage.

 

Pronoun Usage

This link will take you to a Method Test Prep video on pronoun usage.

 

Preposition Usage

This link will take you to a Kaplan page about preposition usage.

This link will take you to another page with preposition practice.

This link is to an upbeat video by Mind Music on prepositions.

 

Verb Usage

This link will take you to a page on the difference between "lay" and "lie".

This link will take you to a video on the linking verbs.

 

Transitions 

This link is to a Method Test Prep video on transitions.

 

Similes and Metaphors 

This link is to an upbeat videos discussing the differences in these two terms.

 

Idioms 

This link is to a video on idioms.

 

Comparative v Superlative Homonym 

This link is to the LearnEnglish website.  It has flash cards, a practice activity, and answer document.

This link is to the Oxford English website with a practice section along with answer explanations.  

 

Homonym

This link is to an explanation between the difference between allusion, illusion, and delusion.