These sites can be useful resources for you when completing assignments.
English as a Second Language
-Contains many tips for improving using the Internet to improve your English skills.
-They provide a long list of ESL Internet resources.
-Featuring sample dialogues about real life topics, teaching materials for ESL instructors, and interactive grammar quizzes, this is the most popular ESL site on the Internet.
-Provides many links for practicing American English pronunciation.
-Interesting sections on vocabulary, speaking, grammar and vocabulary, listening and reading, writing, and even singing!
-Find idioms, games, business English, pod-casts and more at this starting point for ESL learners.
Using English in Business
-Specific areas, including business, commercial, financial, legal, insurance and human resources, are covered here, as well as help with resumes, job interviews and cover letters.
Capital Community College Foundation
-This site explores concepts according to level: word/sentence; paragraph; essay and research paper. Over 170 interactive tests provide review.
-WriteSite includes answers and practice exercises for common grammatical questions.
Longman's Grammar Question and Answer Archive
-This is a comprehensive list of grammar questions that have been asked by students and educators. Short answers are provided to the questions with examples and sometimes accompanying downloadable MS Word files.
John Langan's College Writing Skills Online Learning Center, 5th edition
-This site has PowerPoint presentations on different writing skills and interactive exercises. It complements materials found in John Langan's College Writing Skills textbook.
-This is an innovative site that uses news stories to learn about writing while improving reading and comprehension skills.
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
-Purdue University's Online Writing Lab is a vast resource for addressing all types of writing topics. The OWL has writing lessons, grammar tests, ESL resources, resume and cover letter how-to's, and much more. Additionally, the OWL site is updated often and is easy to search.
Writing Guide for Undergrads
-In an educational paradox, grammar, usage and writing skills are often not covered after middle school, and yet undergraduate programs have high expectations for the papers their students submit. Learn more about honing your writing skills for college.