Grammar in Your Essay Writing

By: www.writing-tipstoday.com

Need to improve the grammar in your essay writing? Want to find out about the way you view learning and using English grammar in your essays? Want to know what sorts of errors you make in your writing and why you make these errors? Well, you can correct the errors you make in your essay writing!

Go to the following web page:

Purdue Online Writing Lab

This website can help you to:                            
   
   Identify and correct common errors in your written work.
   Express yourself in a clearer and more acceptable way.
   Use good grammar to help you to express ideas in a clear way.
   Look at error samples from students writing in English.
   Practice your grammar in a focused way.
   Proofread your written work.
   Use an answer key to check your results.

You will find 3 stages with different activities:

Stage 1 ‘Warm up’  - designed to help you distinguish between appropriate and less appropriate ways of expressing the same idea or information.
Stage 2  Exercises to identify errors and correct them.
Rather than guessing answers you are not sure of, you should go to grammar reference books or  websites to find help.
Stage 3 ‘Cool down’  requires you to reflect on the rules of English grammar. 

A clear knowledge of the rules of grammar can be very helpful when writing your essays.

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