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The KKU FLT Online Resources Project aims to provide useful links for English Language Teachers and Learners. Please see the grammar skills table belowWe welcome all suggestions. For any inquiries or suggestions, utilize the contact info located at the bottom of the page.


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English Grammar Secrets

http://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/

It  is good for beginners to master grammatical items (Tense, Modal verbs, Conditional Clause and Framing Questions) with good number of exercises.

Mahmud

2.

Duolingo

https://www.duolingo.com/

Gamification of language learning at its purest and possibly best in the free waters of today´s world wide web. This website is gaining more and more attention as highly positive feedback from users around the world flows in. Very friendly interface with an owl mascot called “Duo” and a language learning system full of points, rewards, badges,and praise. You learn through various types of exercises in units ranging from basic to advanced levels in 20 different languages.

Mahmud

3.

English Grammar

http://www.englishgrammar.org/

It’s a super useful website for both beginners and advanced learners. You’ll find the answer to 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.

Mahmud

4.

Using English.com

https://www.usingenglish.com/handouts/

Continuing the topic of practicing English grammar, UsingEnglish offers you lots ofprintable 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.

Mahmud

5.

Englishleap

http://www.englishleap.com/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 website.

Mahmud

6.

GrammarlyHandbook

https://www.grammarly.com/handbook/

Amazing resource to learn English grammar with many many examples.

Mahmud

7.

Dr. Grammar

http://www.drgrammar.org/

This website, which was created by the University of Northern Iowa’s Department of Languages and Literature, is an excellent resource for writers looking to improve their grammar. With lots of frequently asked questions and helpful tips in many areas, you are sure to find some help on this site.

Improving your grammar is easy if you take the time to visit these sites. They all offer helpful ideas, tips, and tricks that are sure to make you a better writer in no time at all.

 

Mahmud

8.

Lousy Writer

http://www.lousywriter.com/

This cool site has tons of tips that will help you become a better writer. It features sections on grammar, writing styles, parts of speech, misused words, punctuation, capitalization, and more. You can also find blog posts, podcasts, and video tutorials that help you improve your grammar.

Mahmud

9.

Grammarly

https://www.grammarly.com/?affiliateNetwork=sas&affiliateID=684249

This innovative website acts as an automated proofreader and professional grammar coach. It checks your writing for spelling and grammar errors, as well as plagiarism, so you are always sure to create the best work possible. Writers of all kinds can definitely benefit from this site.

Mahmud

10.

Grammarbook

http://www.grammarbook.com/

Looking for a great site that will help you improve your grammar? Look no further than this informative site, which offers free grammar rules, fun quizzes, and a blog with lots of tips on all things writing.

Mahmud

11.

Writing Forward

http://www.writingforward.com/

This blog, which was createdby a passionate writer, offers tons of posts on creative writing, grammar, and more. It helps writers of all kinds get ideas flowing, so they always perform their best. This site also has exercises that help you brush up on your grammar and writing skills.

Mahmud

12

Oxford English Grammar Courses

https://elt.oup.com/student/oxfordenglishgrammar/?cc=gb&selLanguage=en

This website is meant to be a companion to the Oxford English Grammar books. Even if you don’t use those books, this is still a good place to practice your grammar.Thereare no explanations of the grammar rules, but there are many interactive grammar exercises to make sure you really understand each rule. Use this website to practice the rules you’re learning somewhere else, or to find out what you need to study more.

 

Mahmud

13.

English Page

http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbtenseintro.html

English Page is not organized as well as some of the other websites on this list, but it has some of the best English grammar exercises you’ll find. The exercises here don’t just ask you to choose a correct answer from a list—you have to write the answer yourself.This gets you to actually use what you learned, and to practice instead of just memorize. There’s an excellent section with grammar rules as well, with lots of sample sentences.

 

Mahmud

14.

Grammar Ninja

http://www.kwarp.com/portfolio/grammarninja.html

Who says games are just for kids? If you’re just starting out with parts of speech, one of the best ways to learn is through games. In addition to Grammar Ninja, there are many other games online (likethis one from Funbrain). You might think games are “for kids,” but you can learn just as much from them!

Mahmud

15.

Daily Grammar

http://www.dailygrammar.com/

Daily Grammar is simple both in look and content. The website has over 400 lessons on parts of speech and parts of sentences, which you can go through in order, or you can use the glossary to look up a term. Daily Grammar also posts lessons to their blog, along with exercises for practice

Mahmud

16.

EF: Education First

http://www.ef.com/english-resources/english-grammar/

EF’s grammar guide is very well organized and is a good starting place to learn how to use parts of speech. The rules themselves are short and use many example sentences to show how everything works.Ifyou learn better through examples than through rules, this is an excellent place to start.

 

Mahmud

17.

Alison

https://alison.com/learn/english-grammar

Not everybody likes to learn alone. For those of you who would prefer to learn in a classroom, you might try an online course. Alison has a number of free online courses for learning English grammar. These courses usually involvewatching videos then doing assignments.The best part is that you can often interact with (talk to) the other students and the teacher. So if you have a question or want to practice with someone, you can.

 

Mahmud

18.

English Grammar 101

https://www.englishgrammar101.com/

Do you prefer learning with a textbook, but don’t want to carry one around all the time? You’ll love English Grammar 101, which is set up like a grammar textbook.

Each easy-to-understand lesson (or chapter) only covers one topic at a time and is followed by an exercise section to test your understanding of the topic. The short length of the chapters means you can spend a few minutes a day on one grammar rule, and learn a lot within just a short time

Mahmud

19.

5 Minute English

http://www.5minuteenglish.com/grammar.htm

The design for 5 Minute English might not be very fancy, but its explanations are clear and to the point. The site has some great information about common grammar questions and mistakes, like this page, which explains when to use “listen” and when to use “hear.”

Mahmud

20.

Grammar Bytes

http://www.chompchomp.com/menu.htm

Grammar Bytes has bite-sized (mini) grammar lessons and exercises presented in a really friendly and sometimes silly way. Interactive exercises let you test your skills, and they also contain easy-to-understand explanations with the correct answers. The site also posts a daily grammar workout on its Twitter account.

Mahmud

21.

Grammar Girl

http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/grammar-girl

Looking for an easy-to-use website that offers tips and tricks on all things writing? If so, you need to explore this site. It helps with grammar, word usage, punctuation, and more. In addition to all the helpful writing hints, there is also a free newsletter that you can subscribe to.

Mahmud

22

FluentLand

https://www.fluentland.com/groups/learn-english/forum/topic/the-third-conditional/

Learn English” provides daily lessons, tips and resources to help adults learn and practice English.

This is the best group to improve your English Vocabulary, English Grammar, English Conversation and more…

Mahmud 

23 Whitesmoke

Whitesmoke.com

(Grammar software) Whitesmoke is an all-in-one English writing tool that provides grammar, spelling, punctuation and style checks. The software is activated in a single click from any text application and browser, pointing out potential errors for consideration and offering suggestions for improvement. Users that have little or no experience with WhiteSmoke software can use its solution to quickly begin writing, editing, translating and enhancing their English documents. Amal Metwally
24 Oxford Practice Grammar https://elt.oup.com/student/practicegrammar/?cc=sa&selLanguage=en Take a test to find out what grammar you need to practice. Amal Metwally
25 Road to Grammar http://www.roadtogrammar.com

Road to Grammar has a set of 365 short quizzes with answers and notes.

Teachers can use these in various ways:

-As homework assignments

-In class with a smartboard or projector because the questions come up one at a time, they are excellent for use on a smartboard

-Print out the accompanying PDF and use it as a handout

The quizzes can be accessed on mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones.

Amal Metwally
26 English Craze http://englishcraze.com/ The purpose of EnglishCraze.com is to spread knowledge (Grammar) about the English Language. It is a grammar tutorial site. englishcraze deals with parts of speech, Tenses(Active Voice), Passive voice, Modal verbs, WH Questions, etc. They want to educate students who want to learn English Grammar. Syed Arslan

Date of Last Update: 11/17/2017

Contributors: Dr. Munassir Alhamami (mhamame@kku.edu.sa) and  Mohammed Mahmudul Haque (malhg@kku.edu.sa)

This page will be periodically maintained by the contributors listed above.

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