grammar is often the most daunting area in writing. Grammar
is also the area about which there is the least consensus.
One person's egregious grammar is another person's artistic
license. Moreover, deciding on what type of error is most
problematic is a troublesome exercise in personal preferences.
Further, is grammar correction meant to address unclear
ideas at the sentence-level or just proper parts of speech
and punctuation? Though people have a plethora of ideas
on the subject, no necessarily right theory exists. We have
established and seek to develop a collection of links designed
to help writers find answers to the most common grammar
problems they face in writing.
Please advise us if you have suggestions for improving
or adding to our links.
Pronouns (Purdue's OWL)
Agreement (Purdue's OWL)
Verb Tenses (Purdue's OWL)
Commas (Purdue's OWL)
and Understanding Commas (Purdue's OWL)
Made Simple (Gary A. Olson-USF)
Sentence Clarity (Purdue's OWL)
Wordiness (Purdue's OWL)
Writing (Garbl's Writing Center)
Errors in English (Paul Brians-WSU)
the Basics of Grammar (UVic Writers Guide)
Rules and Tutorials (Temple University)