Topic: Grammar Monster
For anyone who needs this, here’s a great link to a website that can help you when you’re in a bind over how to punctuate, or which word to use. I know some of you don’t need it and never make mistakes, but it’s a good reference for new writers or for those who want to brush up on grammar rules you may have forgotten, like myself.
It covers things on this list:
1. Punctuation: Apostrophes, colons, commas, dashes, hyphens, parentheses, semicolons, speech marks
2. Punctuation test
3. A widget for learning possessive apostrophes
4. The parts of speech: adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, interjections, nouns, pronouns, verbs
5. Parts of speech test
6. A widget for learning about the order of adjectives
7. Easily confused words, such as advice and advise, passed and past, complement and compliment, further and farther, etc.
8. Glossary of terms
9. Origins of sayings and proverbs
10. Interactive tests for you to take to improve your writing.