Volume 1, Number 2

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October 2005


 
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Can learning grammar really make a difference in learning English? We believe it can, especially if you are an adult. Let’s say that you decide to learn how to play the card game of bridge. You can do it in basically three different ways.

Method 1: you sit at the table and start to play bridge with other players learning as you go along.

Method 2: You get a book teaching everything about the rules and strategies of bridge. You study the book thoroughly, and then you talk about bridge.

Method 3: You learn the rules and strategies of bridge and you also practice playing a lot of bridge. Needless to say, Method 3 is by far the one that we recommend.

Learning to speak English as you go can only bring you so far. Learning the rules while practicing as much as possible will help you overcome plateaus and eventually reach a level of competence that compares to that of native speakers. The study of grammar helps us to communicate more effectively. Quite simply, if we know how English works, then we can make better use of it.

The Internet is an excellent place to begin experiencing English grammatical structures. Here are ten excellent sites where you can learn a lot about English Grammar for free.

Happy grammar!

1-English Club.com
http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/index.htm
The English Club: One of the best ESL sites in the world. A collection of grammar lessons that also have quizzes to check your understanding. For beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.

2- ESL Blues.com
http://www.collegeem.qc.ca/cemdept/anglais/trouindx.htm
ESL Blues: English as a foreign or second language grammar site. Pre-intermediate to high-intermediate level English grammar exercises.
Lots of interactive quizzes for students learning English providing multi-feedback, instant correction and diagnostic tests.

3- EnglishPage.com
http://www.englishpage.com/grammar/ and
http://englishpage.com/
EnglishPage.com: A grammar book of high-quality English lessons and series of interactive exercises to help advanced English learners better their English grammar online.

4- A4ESL.org.com
http://a4esl.org/a/g.html (Easy quizzes)
http://a4esl.org/a/g3.html (Medium quizzes)
http://a4esl.org/a/g5.html (Difficult quizzes)
A4ESL.org: Online activities for ESL Students. Over 1,000 activities, from easy to difficult, to help you study English as a Second Language. This project of The Internet TESL Journal has contributions by many teachers.

5- English 4 U
http://www.english-4u.de/grammar_exercises.htm
English 4 U: Main points of this page are explanations about how to use the English grammar combined with exercises. It also includes information and exercises about countries and cities and some crosswords, irregular verbs exercises, texts and quizzes. All your answers can be checked directly by clicking the check button on the bottom of each page. Occasional comments in German.

6- A4ESL.org.com
http://a4esl.org/q/h/grammar.html
A4ESL.org: Self-study HTML-only grammar quizzes. All levels. Page Contents: Articles | Cloze | Conjunctions | Dialogs | Plurals | Prepositions | Pronouns | Sentence Structure | Tag Questions | Verbs | What's the Correct Sequence | Word Choice | and Other Quizzes.

7- Guide to Grammar and Writing
http://cctc.commnet.edu/grammar/
Guide to Grammar and Writing (Capital Community College): Guide to advanced Grammar and Writing by Professor Charles Darling. Contains scores of digital handouts on grammar and English usage, over 170 computer-graded quizzes, and useful recommendations on writing.

8- Net Grammar
http://www.netgrammar.le.ucr.ac.cr/main.html
NetGrammar: An Intermediate ESL Site for Reference and Practice. Written by an ESL/EFL practitioner, this site provides extensive grammar practice through a great variety of reading, writing and listening activities. It is suitable for self-directed learning and also as an extension to regular classwork.

9- Learn English Online
http://www.learn-english-online.org/
Learn English Online: These English lessons are aimed at the beginner although people with a little experience of English may find some parts useful.

10- Daily Grammar.com
http://www.dailygrammar.com/
Take a few minutes and get a new grammar lesson each day. Visit the Daily Grammar website where you can find a mini-grammar lesson by Mr. Bill Johanson for each day of the year.

 
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