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ESL Links

Writing and Grammar Sites
1.    Guide to Grammar and Writing

"Prepared by Professor of English/Humanities Charles Darling for English courses at Capital Community -Technical College and for the general online public."  This site has many interesting sections.  You can study notes and lectures about writing and grammar points.  Students can also take quizzes to practice using the information they've been studying.  This site is probably best for intermediate and advanced-level students (ESL 1 and ESL 2 at American River College).  Some of the lecture material is a little bit complicated, but you can pick and choose what you'd like to study.

Here's the Home Page link:

Here's the direct link to Interactive Quizzes:

(If the direct link doesn't work, go to the Home Page for Guide to Grammar and Writing and scroll down until you see Interactive Quizzes.)

2.    Quia! Learning Activities

Go to the "Categories" column on the left side of the screen and click on "English" to go to a series of fun games practicing everything from contractions to parts of speech to verbs to irregular verbs to prefixes, etc.

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ESL Links

Please contact me directly if you have any questions about the information on this page.
Michael Larsen,  Adjunct ESL Professor at American River College, Sacramento, CA
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