8 Websites Where You Can Practice English Grammar
Learning grammar—in any language—is never an easy task. But if you need to improve your English grammar for an upcoming exam, if you are working to improve your accuracy when speaking, or if you simply want practice English grammar for fun, I’ve got 8 great websites for you.
Review the websites below and why I recommend them.
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8 Websites to Practice English Grammar Online
Famous all over the world, the British Council provides a wealth of resources online. With short, clear grammar rules and games to practice, this is a great site for practicing a variety of English grammar skills.
Whether you are a beginner trying to learn the basics or you are an advanced learner trying to perfect the more complex grammar systems of English, this site is fantastic. It is very thorough and it is updated regularly to provide you with the most current rules of English grammar. You can also download lessons or do online grammar practice.
English Club has resources for grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, writing and many other topics. Great for beginner to intermediate levels. Visit this site for clear guidance on grammar rules and some practice as well.
A grammar website and blog written by another English language teacher. Select your grammar focus, read a description and examples, and then practice for yourself with online exercises.
Looking for a quick overview on English grammar with a lot of examples? This is your site!
Tests, quizzes, reference guides, practice activities, phrasal verb dictionary and more!
Need to improve your grammar and punctuation in your writing? What about citing sources and avoiding plagiarism (super important!!) This is your go-to source for handouts, activities and resources.
Another site to select your topic, read a short description of the rules and then practice with a lot of activities.
I hope you find these sites helpful as you practice English grammar!
Don’t forget to share your favorite grammar resource with me in the comment section at the end of the lesson.
And finally, one thing that is important to remember: grammar is only one part of the language. It is best to incorporate the grammar you are learning into all 4 language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking! Want to learn how to do that? Get my lesson on 5 Common Grammar Mistakes You Can Fix Easily where I share my favorite strategies to improve.
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