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Writer's Toolkit: Free Grammar Lessons

Updated on October 12, 2014

I don’t know about you, but it’s been a while since I went to grammar school.

Actually, it’s been about 10 years since I was in an English class. Many writers are English Grammar experts. Some have a wonderful and deep understanding of the mechanics of the written English Language. I do not. Don’t get me wrong, I have a strong working knowledge, but I’m certainly no expert. I just like to write stories.


Anyway, if you are anything like me, and are also a writer or have a desire to write, you will likely stumble upon a grammatical quandary you aren’t sure how to deal with. There is also a good chance that you may have a grammatically erroneous quirk you aren’t even aware of. Fortunately, there is a solution. There a numerous sites that offer free classes and lessons on a variety of subjects. You can get free lessons on writing code or even astrophysics, and of course, English.


I’m sure most people can blaze through some of the easier stuff, but they have complex parts of English as well. I’m gonna be honest, I get lost on some of the complex stuff. Like I said. It’s been a long time since I was in school studying grammar! So whether you just want to brush up on what you know, or you are struggling with grammar, maybe the following sites can help.

Author Phillip Drayer Duncan
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About the Author

Phillip Drayer Duncan is the author of 4 published novels and 12 short stories. He has work published with Yard Dog Press, Pro Se Productions, and Seventh Star Press.


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