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John Wong's Basic Grammar (John Wong)
Explanations. Phrase, and clause; simple, compound, and complex sentences

John`s ESL Community - On-line Grammar Lessons (John Erskin)
What is grammar, Parts of Speech, Verbs, Simple Present Tense, Adjectives, ...

Laurence Bernard's Absolute English Website (Laurence Bernard)
Webquest, Things to Read, Grammar Explanations, ...

Lauri's ESL Website--Grammar (Lauri Fried-Lee)
Various Grammar Activities for ESL students - A lot, Some or Any (Paul Selcke)
There is A LOT OF traffic / There isn't ANY traffic / There are SOME cars - Count & Noncount Nouns (Paul Selcke)
Words and photos: a car, cars; a chair, chairs // traffic, furniture, fruit, ... - Online Grammar Lessons - Blue Level (Paul Selcke)
Start with Blue, then progress to Red, Yellow and Green. (Han? Hapsburg)
English Guidelines and Usage

Margarita's -Passive Voice (Margarita Bernal)
Promethean flipchart .Secondary school. Activstudio Flipchart Viewer required.

Margarita's Smart Notebook Files - (2.4 MB) (Margarita Bernal)
Smart created file. Primary and Secondary school. Comparatives and Superlatives.

Margarita's Smart Notebook Files - Margarita's (1.2 MB) (Margarita Bernal)
Smart flipchart .Secondary school. Smart Notebook Interactive Viewer required.

Margarita's Smart Notebook Files - UNITED (3.5 MB) (Margarita Bernal)
Smart flipchart .Secondary school. Smart Notebook Interactive Viewer required.

Mary's English Course
Teach-yourself ESL courses, and useful extra reference materials.

Michael Buckhoff's ESL Web Site for Students and Teachers (Michael Buckhoff)
ESL, Writing, TWE sample essays, Linguistics, Teacher Resources, TOEFL

Mobile ESL @ Athabasca University (James O'Driscoll)
An online course divided into 86 sections. Works on a regular computer, too.

Modals used in the present and the future (Karen Barnes)
Charts and sentence examples.

MyEnglishTeacher.Net - Grammar Lessons (Thomas Hoffman)
Scroll down the page and you can find the links to the grammar lessons.

Nick Miller's EFL/ESL Resource Material - Main Page (Nicholas E. Miller)
Materials for the study of EFL/ESL and TOEIC.

On-line English Grammar
By Anthony Hughes, Copyright (C) 1995

Order of Adjectives / Adjective Order (UVIC English Language Centre)
Opinion, Size, Age, Shape, Colour, Origin, Material, Purpose

Order of Adjectives / Adjective Order (Patrick Thompson)
Looks very similar to UVic's page

OWL (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue - ESL Handouts
Using Articles, Adjective or Adverb, Appositives, Capitalization, ...

Phoenix College's Audio-Visual ESL Lessons
Flash is Required. Articles, Few and Little, Future Tense Review, Modals, Tenses

Professor Grammar's OPSCHACOM Rule (Doug Campbell)
Opinion Shape Age Colour, Origin Material - Proper Adjective Order Before Nouns

Punctuation Excplanation: Apostrophes (Vince Robbins)
Apostrophes have two functions: ownership and contractions, .... etc.

Rothlšnder's English Grammar with Exercises (Herwig Rothlšnder)
Print out a page, do the exercise, then see the answer page and correct it.

Schoolhouse Rock - Grammar Rock (1973) (
Lyrics & WAV files. Songs that native speaker children enjoyed singing.

Simple English WikiBooks - English Textbook (GNU Free Documentation License)
Not all that simple and not yet complete in March of 2008

The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation - Online Version (Jane Straus)
It's for native English speakers, but ESL students may also find it useful.

The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation - Online Version (Jane Straus)
Grammar and Punctuation

The English Institute - An Elementary English Grammar Book
Online book: Word Order, Indefinite Article, Definite Article, Nouns, etc.

The Internet Grammar of English (University College London)
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The Internet Grammar of English
Free if logged into from a domain name ending in ""

The Internet Grammar of English [FRAME]
Some, maybe most, of the pages require a frame and JavaScript. Aimed at native English speaking university students.

The Most Annoying Grammar Mistakes in English (Karen Bond)
Karen's Linguistics Issues

Using A, An Some and The Before Nouns (Beva Nall-Langdon)
a brief explanation and a quiz on articles - English Conditionals (Adam King & Richard Flynn)
Discover how they are used to talk about possible or imaginary situations - English Irregular Verbs List (Adam King & Richard Flynn)
A comprehensive list of English irregular verbs - English Language Article Archive (Adam King & Richard Flynn)
Articles written on various aspects of teaching and learning English (EFL, ESL)

Verb + Prepositional Combinations

Verb2Verbe - Online Verb Conjugator (Alan Paul)
Enter an English verb and get its complete conjugation.

Verbs in Technical Reports (Suzy McAnsh)
Forming the Passive & Quizzes; Use of Tenses in Reports & Quizzes, ...

Writer's Handbook - Grammar and Punctuation (The University of Wisconsin-Madison)
12 Common Errors, Proofreading, Dashes, Commas, Conjunctions, Semicolons, ...

WSU ESL Help Desk - Questions about English [FRAME] (Siler & Gordon)
What is a noun? What different kinds of nouns are there?, ... - Free English Lessons (Sheri Summers)
Has over 130 short lessons. - How to avoid making mistakes in English (Tomasz P. Szynalski)
Rules for error-free English learning - Input - Getting English into your head (Tomasz P. Szynalski)
Why input (reading and listening) is the way to learn English well. - Three biggest challenges facing an English learner (Tomasz P. Szynalski)
What is most difficult about learning English as a foreign language? - Why you shouldn't learn English by grammar rules (Tomasz P. Szynalski)
Why memorizing grammar rules is the wrong way to learn English well (Bob Wilson)
Grammar explanations

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