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*A Guide to Coordinating Conjunctions
A coordinating conjunction joins parts of a sentence (for example words or independent clauses) that are grammatically equal or similar...

*A Guide to Subordinating Conjunctions
A subordinating conjunction joins a subordinate (dependent) clause to a main (independent) clause...

*The Zero Conditional in English
If you heat ice it melts...

dilemmatic grammar
Helps comprehension and finds a better place for grammar.

English Grammar Connection
Interactive online lessons that help improve studentsí English grammar skills. Gives constructive feedback during the lessons. Provides frequent reports that display areas of strength and weakness.

English The Easy Way
You can learn grammar and improve your writing skills

English grammar explanations with lots of exercises (3 levels), crosswords, quizzes and irregular verbs trainer for ESL students.

Grammar for ESL
Free lessons and tutorials on English grammar, for ESL students.

Grammar instructions and exercises
My personal homepage offers grammar instructions combined with lots of exercises for downloading or work online. You can also check your answers with a key.

Grammar Monster
Free on-line grammar e-book for all your grammar queries.

A free grammar checker that works anywhere online. Use the web editor or download the browser extension.

Perfect English Grammar
Free English grammar website with clear explanations and hundreds of downloadable exercises.

Explanation, list, exercises.

Speculative Grammarian
SpecGram, as it is known to devotees and sworn enemies alike, has for centuries sought to bring together the greatest yet least understood minds of the time, embedding itself firmly in the cultural and psychological matrix of the global society while simultaneously illuminating, reflecting, and shaping the universal Zeitgeist.

The Basic Cozy Grammar Course
An award winning, light-hearted, whimsical approach to learning basic English grammar.

What's IN a Preposition?
Prepositions can be divided into one-word prepositions (eg at, into, on) and complex prepositions (eg according to, in spite of).