One of the main parts in learning English is grammar. You know that too, right?!
As all the materials (explanations, quizzes, tests and games) are all available on the net, all I had to do was to collect the best sources for you.
So, here are the 9 Websites to learn and practice English Grammar.
I consider Jennifer’s blog one of the best English grammar sources. During all these years, she has written lot of materials and put many downloadable lessons on her blog.
It’s a super useful website for both beginners and advanced learners. You’ll find the answer for nearly all the questions you can have about English grammar, like Punctuation, Conjunctions, Business Writing, Adjectives, Verbs, and many others. But if you don’t find it you can always ask in a comment or send a personal message to Jennifer.
If there’s something you didn’t find on EnglishGrammar.org you’ll most possibly find it here. There are more than „just” explanations here. Exercises follow every topic. I think it’s a great idea when at once you can put into practice what you’ve just learnt in theory.
Continuing the topic of practicing English grammar, UsingEnglish offers you lots of printable lessons for you in all topics. More than just practicing, but you can talk to other learners of English and native tutors. If you have a question you can ask them anytime.
I just couldn’t leave out British Council’s “Learn English” website. There is a reason that this site is so popular and used all around the world.
You may not find more information about English than anywhere else, but you’ll find yourself in a very good and enthusiastic community. And the moderators are always there to help you.
Here, you can not only learn English grammar, but practice it. All this in a modern form. And of course, new words, games and exercises are waiting to develop your listening comprehension and writing skills.
5. English Club
If you wish for very many quizzes.
Seonaid’s blog gives more than explanations: also tips for how to start learning grammar.
What else is waiting for you! You can ask questions from more than 7.000 fans of EnglishLeap. What is more, you’ll find lots of information on the web site.
You will like Melanie’s web site not only because of the useful information on English learning, but also because of her Facebook page. It’s worth to “like” because you can learn and practice something new every day. More than that, bloggers like us are always there to help you!
Amazing resource to learn English grammar with many many examples.
10. English grammar exercises by Kaplan
Kaplan’s web site is an extra. What they are good at is offering great English courses in an English-speaking countries.
Of course you don’t have to use all the nine sites to be able to understand English grammar. It’s enough if you pick 2 or 3 that you like most and practice there every day.