Here are some great websites
to assist you with writing and grammar.
On-line Writing Lab (OWL),
You will never find a more useful site than this one, with everything
from advice on mechanics and rhetoric to exercises for improving your
skills to advice on conducting research. It also provides links to other
useful sites. Whatever you are looking for you will find here... and
much, much, more. I still can't believe it's free.
to Grammar and Writing, Capital Community College
This comprehensive site offers information about grammar and usage and
also advice on composition strategy. You may submit questions by e-mail
regarding issues not covered in the site. Self-administered quizzes
are available to test your mastery.
English Grammar, Anthony Hughes
Find answers to your questions about grammar and usage in a Web-site
organized conveniently by topic.
Lady, Mary Newton Bruder
This is a remarkable Web-service. The Grammar Lady answers questions
by e-mail and also maintains a toll-free telephone hotline: 800/279-9708,
Jim HiDuke, English professor at the University of Northern Iowa in
Find answers to grammar and usage questions with which students often
wrestle. Links are also provided to writing centers at universities
across the nation that provide information on documentation, grammar,
and writing styles
English Department, Barbara Dieu, Lycee Pasteur, Sao Paulo, Brazil
In Ms Dieu's words, this site provides links to "lots of interesting
and fun sites for you to surf through and practice your English."
Other Useful Resources
Dave's ESL Cafe
Guide to Grammar and Writing
Internet Public Library
Center Grammar Safari
Longman English Pages
The Reference Desk: Facts On-line
Writers' Web, University
Your Dictionary.com: dictionary,
language dictionaries, thesaurus