When studying a language grammar is the foundation of fluency. Grammar is the structure and system of English consisting of syntax, rules, forms and morphology. Grammar is also the key to speaking and writing more clearly, professionally, and intelligibly. The following resources will help you study the rules, structures, and forms that shape the way we use words and communicate in speech and writing. I wish you luck on your learning journey ahead improving your grammar and gaining confidence to achieve your professional dreams.
Most people struggle with English grammar because there are so many exceptions to the rules. For example, the word grammar isn’t spelled the way the word sounds. Technology has also made using proper grammar difficult, because we are often exposed to incorrect grammar in text messages, when chatting, or reading posts on social media. The following resources will provide you with an overview of grammar concepts and rules.
Learning grammar is stressful and confusing, but infographics provide us with friendly visuals to help us easily understand grammar rules and concepts. Infographics are digital posters and diagrams that represent data and information. The following infographics will familiarize you with key grammar rules and common areas most people make mistakes.
To enhance your written and spoken grammar you must practice, practice, and practice. You will find many websites to complete grammar exercises and learn about grammar. However, you must work on improving your grammar consistently, such as several times a week, to really remember the rules, exceptions to the rules, and lessen your mistakes. Technology and the Internet make practicing grammar engaging and even fun! Take a look at these various ways to learn grammar and choose the options that are most motivating for you. Some of the resources you will find in addition to online exercises are English grammar raps, comics, blogs, and games.
Using proper grammar in the workplace is especially important. One important reason we mess up with our grammar is due to carelessness or lack of proofreading. When we don’t take the time to read over our work or check our writing with a grammar tool we send communication full of simple mistakes that could have been corrected. The following resources will help you write intelligible emails, memos, newsletters, and reports.