What are the best websites for grammar questions?
Usually when I have a grammar question I just Google it, but then I end up wading through a lot of pages trying to find the answer. Are there one or two really great grammar sites that you can recommend?
For a grammar guide, I think Purdue's Owl site is pretty good: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/1/5/
Towson's site is also very good. Not fancy, but it includes a lot of examples and has a sizable pile of quizzes: http://www.towson.edu/ows/index.htm
For questions and answers, I've always found pretty decent material at the English Language & Usage Stack Exchange: http://english.stackexchange.com/questi … ct-english
There is another one I really like but can't think of it. I'll add it as a comment if I stumble on it. In general, I'd completely avoid all of the main question/answer sites (Yahoo answers, Ask.com, etc.) I know that Grammar Girl is supposed to be really popular but I've never liked her.
Junkseller, I checked those sites out. They are excellent and just what I was looking for. I have bookmarked them all. Thank you!
Grammar questions are mainly important for learning grammar. In order to learn grammar you will find many websites. But not every website is suitable for learning grammar. Also not everybody can understand the instructions and learning procedure given in the sites. Thanks to Junkseller for giving the reference of a few useful websites. Here I’ll bring up a few more so that the ones looking to learn grammar can get help from these websites.
http://www.writingforward.com/ is a great site for professional writer’s grammar. The writers can get grammar help greatly from this website. Also the writing skills are developed greatly by taking the tips of this site.
Want to significantly improve your grammar?? http://www.grammarbook.com/ is a great place for that. Along with different grammar rules you will find many funny quizzes which will help you to improve your skills.
https://www.englishclub.com is another good site for learning grammar. Here you can start to learn grammar right from the beginning and develop your skills.
Want to develop your grammar through British Council? http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/ can help you in this regard. The world class materials are enough to help you lead the way to learn.
These are a few from many good sites. Hopefully you will get the best results by using these sites.
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