Category Archives: Grammar

Indiana University of Pennsylvania Writing Center

IUPThe Resources for Writers section of the IUP Writing Center offers a wide range of resources for student writers. They include tips on planning and structuring a text, grammar and punctuation, document sections and types (essays, papers and theses) and sample documents. The site even has a video on how to set up a blog.

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Recursos lingüístics a la xarxa

CNLEl wiki Recursos lingüístics a la xarxa del Consorci per a la Normalització Lingüística té per objectiu recollir una mostra representativa de recursos lingüístics que hi ha a la xarxa per produir i millorar textos en català.

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EU Interinstitutional Style Guide

EU style guideThe Interinstitutional Style Guide offers unform stylistic rules and conventions for use by the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the European Union. It contains conventions on grammar, punctuation, official names of institutions, currencies and legislation in 24 languages.

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Grammarly

Grammarly corrects over 250 grammatical mistakes while also catching contextual spelling errors and poor vocabulary usage. It helps you write mistake-free in Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and nearly anywhere else you write on the Web.

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Macmillan Dictionary

The Macmillan English Dictionary, first published in 2002, is based on a corpus of English as it is used all around the world. It is regularly updated and includes a thesaurus fully integrated into the entries. The site also includes blogs on aspects of grammar and learning resources.

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MIT Writing and Communication Center Resources

The Writing and Communication Center Resources of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology offer advice on the writing process in general and specific advice on writing research papers. The site also includes sections on grammar, style, oral presentation and visuals, and how to avoid plagiarism.

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Grammar Monster

Grammar Monster offers a complete guide to grammar and punctuation. It has lessons and tests on punctuation, explanations on parts of speech, and advice on easily confused words. It will even answer grammar questions.

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UPC English Style Guide

The UPC English Style Guide is a set of guidelines on writing institutional and academic texts in English at the University. It is part of the UPC’s Llibre d’estil lingüístic. The content of these guidelines is taken from the Vives University Network’s Interuniversity Style Guide for Writing Institutional Texts, an interuniversity project in which the UPC participated with the support of the Secretariat for Universities and Research of the Government of Catalonia.

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Writing guide for undergrads

Grammar, usage and writing skills are often not covered after secondary school, and yet undergraduate programs have high expectations for the papers their students submit. The Writing Guide for Undergrads provides tips and links on grammar, style and writing different types of text.

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English Language & Usage

English Language & Usage Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for linguists, etymologists, and serious English language enthusiasts. It’s built and run by its users as part of the Stack Exchange network of Q&A sites. The aim is to build a library of detailed answers to every question about English language and usage.

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