Grammar and Multi-Skill Sites Page 1

Level 100 = beginner/advanced beginner
Level 200 = intermediate
Level 300 = upper intermediate
Level 400 = advanced



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Level 100 and up

Dave's ESL Free English Grammar Lessions - Daves ESL Cafe was the first popular and successful ESL/EFL Web resource and continues to be worth visiting. The Grammar Lessons have explanations and examples. The quizzes give you a chance to practice at
http://www.eslcafe.com/

Review by Amane Nagamoto



Level 100 and up

 English for Everybody - Free English language "courses" for younger learners, beginners, intermediate and advanced. Practice oranized by grammatical structure and also function. Includes ESP (English for Specific Purposes) materials and also a podcast feature at http://www.english-online.org.uk/



Level 100 and up

English-Zone.Com - This is a *very* large site with English practice in all skill areas. Some of the exercises are free. To get full access, there is now a $20 annual membership fee. Look for exercises for grammar and spelling. Choose activities that fit your language level at
http://www.english-zone.com/index.html



Level 100 and up

ESL BLUE(s) - A site that makes good use of technology. You can visit the main page or take a diagnostic quiz. There are 25 questions. This will show you what grammar you need to practice. When you finish, click on "Correct Quiz". You will see the grammar you need to work on. There are some very interesting special effects in these exercises. Enjoy!
http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/trouindx.htm

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Level 100 and up

 ESL Galaxy - Provides free stuff for ESL/EFL teachers and learners: printable worksheets, board games, crosswords, kids stuff, lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations, interactive multimedia. Also contains a lot of related links. Choose levels from beginner on up at http://www.esl-galaxy.com/



Level 100 and up

 Gamequarium - A comprehensive, fun, free site that includes not only learning games, but tutorials, online tools, printables and more. A directory designed for the Internet-connected teacher and learner at
http://www.gamequarium.com/



Level 100 and up

Grammar Blast - (Houghton-Mifflin) - Site is divided into Grades K-5 and 6-8. The computer keeps your score. Practice all the parts of speech. Activities include: The Sentence, Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives and Adverbs, Capitalization and Punctuation, Pronouns and more!
http://www.eduplace.com/kids/hme/k_5/quizzes/index.htm



Level 100 and up

Grammar Quizzes (E.L. Easton) - A wide variety of exercises and quizzes (some with audio). Specific topics covered include conditionals, contractions, make/do, passive voice, phrasal verbs, reduction, reported speech, subject-verb agreement, tag questions, word final -ed, word final -s. Includes original materials by Easton as well as links to resources created by others at
http://eleaston.com/grammar.html

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Level 100 and up

Guide to Grammar and Writing (Charles Darling) - You can see grammar and writing rules for sentences, paragraphs and essays. Find the rule you want to study. Read it and then take a quiz to see if you understand it. The rules may be too hard for the Level 100's to read, but you can still try out the quizzes! If you just want to test your knowledge, try the Interactive Quizzes (a list of over 170!) You can also send in your questions on grammar to Ask Grammar.
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/
Review by Fumika Yamamoto



Level 100 and up

Grammar Help (About.com) - There are lessons and quizzes on grammar at a variety of levels. Choose your level and give it a try from easiest to most difficult. Beginner Grammar Pages; Beginning English Basics; Intermediate Grammar Pages; Advanced Grammar Pages. There is also a section called Grammar Quizzes, which concentrate on tense usage, learning mazes for all levels, sentence transformations and more. Check your answers quickly with a click of http://esl.about.com/homework/esl/cs/grammar/index.htm



Level 100 and up

Interactive ESL Practice (Portland Community College) - A wide variety of quizzes and exercises for beginning and intermediate level students. Scroll down the page to find the Grammar section. The activities http://spot.pcc.edu/map/prev/



Level 100 and up

Interlink Grammar and Spelling - The following topics are covered: Parts of Speech, Word Usage, Modals, Reported Speech, Passives, Phrasal Verbs, Irregular Verbs, Gerunds and Infinitives, and Combining Sentences. There is some explanation, but mostly practice. There is a section on "Parts of Speech" with examples and pop quizzes. The Spelling activities consist of lists of common words, each with a correct and incorrect spelling. You choose the correct one.
http://eslus.com/LESSONS/Menu.htm

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Level 100 and up

Language and Learning Online (Monash University) - These activities work on many different skills. Activities are graded for English language level. Some include exercises checked by the computer. Many of these activities work well if you are working together with other students.
http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/grammar/index.xml



Level 100 and up

Karin's ESL Partyland - See the Student Learning Pages as well as the Quiz Center. Very interesting topics (dating, media, internet, etc.) provide a useful context at
http://www.eslpartyland.com/



Level 100 and up

LearnEnglish - Sponsored by the British Council. LearnEnglish has free materials to practice your English:  Listen and Watch, Grammar & Vocabulary, Fun & Games, Business & Work, IELTS, and Community.  There is also a section for Teaching English and one called Learn English for Kids.
http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/



Level 100 and up

Self Study Quizzes for EFL Students (Internet TESL Journal) - There are quizzes here for all levels. They are marked easy, medium and difficult. In addition to working on grammar, you'll learn about interesting topics such as holidays and sports. Or just focus on grammar--here are over 100 grammar quizzes organized by grammar point. Give them a try!
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/



Level 100 and up

Study Zone (English Language Center, University of Victoria) Martin Holmes provides excellent materials which teach as well as test. Spend some time here and I guarantee you will improve your grammar! Choose from Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced or All Levels.
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/grammar.htm

There is also a very interesting activity for article practice (a, an, the) which uses a decision tree. Try many examples and see if *you* can learn the basic rules for using articles.
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/extras/arttree1.htm
Review by Misun Choi



Level 100 and up

Swim Verbs - ESL Flash Quiz (Charles Kelly) - I like this activity. Using only the verb "swim", you get to try out all the verb tenses. Pay close attention to the context of the sentences. Use grammar, vocabulary and spelling clues to figure out which verb tense of "swim" you should use. If you get an answer wrong and don't know why, ask your classmate or teacher. Good luck!
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~itesls/fq/fq002.html

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Level 100 and up

 1-language.com/ - One-stop resource site for learning English and other languages. Offers a huge collection of free materials. Relevant, localized information for international students.

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