Good grammar can save you from a lot of misunderstandings and confused looks. However, the English language has A LOT of rules, and learning them can be confusing and frustrating.
Here is a list of six English grammar websites that will have you on your way to being a master of the English language in no time.
1) Grammar Bytes
Grammar Bytes is perfect for learners who don’t have a lot of time. It provides interactive bite-sized grammar exercises that will test your skills as well as a daily grammar workout on their Twitter account.
For those that prefer to watch someone explain grammar rules, YouTube has plenty of lessons to choose from.
To find a specific grammar video search YouTube for “[topic] grammar lesson” and you will find enough options to keep you busy for hours.
And there is a Shane English School YouTube channel, too!
3) Grammar Monster
Grammar Monster provides both quick and detailed explanations about English grammar. The site also has a short test at the end of each section, so you can see how well you understand the concept before moving on.
4) Oxford English Grammar Course
The Oxford English Grammar Course site is not for learning grammar rules, but if you want to practice your skills, it is one of the best online resources. The website has plenty of interactive grammar exercises and is handy for finding out what you need to study more.
Want to test your grammar skills? Click here.
5) Alison Grammar Course
If you are looking to learn grammar in a classroom setting, Alison has a number of free online courses for learning English grammar.
The best part is that you can talk with other students and the teacher, making the learning process more interactive and easier to get instant feedback.
So there you have them: five websites for learning grammar. They range from the informative to the interactive, but all of them would be a huge help. But if none of these appeal to you, you can always get more learning tips from Shane English School.
Which of these five websites are you going to use to sharpen your grammar?
About the Author
Lauren Melnick is a South African travel blogger and EFL teacher currently living in Ubon, Thailand. When she isn’t making lesson plans and watching nursery rhymes on YouTube, you can find her eating up a storm, taking selfies with dinosaurs, and planning her next adventure.
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