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English is a complex language. Push that out into writing, and suddenly you must focus on grammar, punctuation, invention, drafting, and so much more. Explore this section to learn active writing processes, a variety of genres and formats, essay-writing, and so much more. Whether you may be drafting an essay or writing a fictional book, we’ve got your (not you’re) figurative back!
Nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, interjections, and more. English comprehension can be tough, whether a native speaker or a learning one. Explore this section for explanations and tips on how to understand and register what you’re actually reading or saying. Writing a book, speaking to a friend, or watching a movie, we’re here to help you use English to its fullest!
Modern English is incredibly different from how it used to be. It is even different between towns, states, and countries! Add that onto an already growing list of verb forms, sentence structures, and more. Explore this section for explanations of the basic mechanical and structural parts of the English writing process, or foundations in grammar. Whether you’re fixing pronoun agreements, punctuation, or clauses, we’ve got you covered!
There are 14 punctuation marks commonly used in English grammar. While you likely use four on average, the other 10 go unused quite often! Consider that every piece of writing uses punctuation, and suddenly it’s pretty confusing. Explore this section for explanations on brackets, ellipses, semicolons, and more. If you’re hyphenating adjectives, worrying about where you need to place quotation marks, or just want to vary your punctuation, we’re here to help!
Listening, speaking, reading and writing all combine in ESL, designed around building and improving English skills. English is hard enough for native speakers, but as a second language, it’s even harder. Explore this section for help writing stories, improving reading, and building vocabulary. Whether you’re training your speaking skills, writing skills, or trying to learn new words, we’ve got your back!