10 Helpful Grammar Resources #BB100

Today’s Day 10 of the Boost Your Blog Grammar Series – the last day! I’ve hope it’s been a useful for you and that you’ve learned some new grammar tricks and have been inspired to work just a little bit harder on the grammar in your posts.  Today I want to share with you a few helpful grammar resources, in case you are inspired to keep learning!
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Websites:

The Oatmeal. My all time favorite grammar website full of drawings and really funny sayings. If you’ve never been there, head over now. It’s hilarious and you will laugh. Promise.

OWL at Perdue – I send a lot of students to the OWL website. It includes an abundance of grammar hints as well as more formal writing tips.

Grammar Girl – Quick & Dirty Grammar Tips. I link to a lot of her posts in my own 5 Minute Grammar Lesson Series. She’s really smart. And she knows her grammar. You can find a lot of good information on her website.

Guide to Grammar and Writing sponsored by CCC Online. This website written by a community college also has a lot of good tips and I send many students to this website, too.

 

Books –

punctuation 911Grammar Girl’s Punctuation 911: Your Guide to Writing it Right (Quick & Dirty Tips)If punctuation baffles you, this little Kindle book might be worth a whole 99 cents! I’m a big fan of The Grammar Girl, and you really can’t go wrong for 99 cents.

Eats, Shoots and Leaves
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation – A classic book. If you haven’t read it, you should.
Grammar Devotional

The Grammar Devotional: Daily Tips for Successful Writing from Grammar Girl (TM) (Quick & Dirty Tips). I haven’t actually read this book, but as I’ve said, the Grammar Girl is really good. If you struggle with grammar, I like that she has an entire book, filled with one little task per day. It might be a really useful book, and I’m going to check it out!

Pinterest –

The Grammar Girl’s also on Pinterest!

The Grammar Nazi on Pinterest

Me, on Pinterest- 5 Minute Grammar Lessons!
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If you’ve missed the other posts in the #BB100 Grammar Series, they’re here.

Top 10 Grammar Mistakes Bloggers Make {and how to avoid them}

Who or Whom?

Importance of Proof Reading

Why Grammer and Spelling is Impotent

5 Tips for Writing Better Blog Posts

Less or Fewer?

Do to or Due to?

How to Make the Word People Possessive

Bias? or Biased?

Should gave gone? or Should have went?

Thank you for being part of the Boost Your Blog in 100 Days Series! Honey’s up next with 10 days of helpful hints for twitter. Head over to her blog, Honey’s Life, starting March 7.

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Comments

  1. Sounds like some good reference material. Umm, you might need to re-read your last sentence before the Pinterest links. Sorry to notice, but you did say that you wanted to know.
    • Hi Machelle, I'll let them know that you aren't getting the emails. They haven't been coming through to me either for some reason. Next up is Twitter at Honey's Life blog. There's a link at the bottom of this post. It starts tomorrow!
      • Thanks! I stopped reading above the re-cap since I had already read all the other grammar posts : ) I am not on Twitter. I have no intention of joining Twitter. However, I may drop in just to have an idea about the Twitter life.

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