Mastering grammar—irrespective of the language—is not in any way an easy task. It is a process worth investing your valuable time and consistent efforts, no, I don’t intend to scare you here, rather I am going to share some of my favourite websites that may help you with English grammar practice.
You may be familiar with some of them or may be all of them, in that case, I would request you share the article with your friends, family, colleagues who you think will benefit from these grammar exercises.
And yes, if you know about any other helpful addition to this list, feel free to share that with me in the comments section.
10 websites to Test and Practice your English Grammar Online
British Council is known for providing a wealth of resources online.
This site hosts Free online English lessons & ESL / EFL resources
From beginners to advanced learners of English, this site caters to all.
This site houses resources for grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, writing and many other topics. Bookmark this site for future references.
The most interesting thing here is the English Grammar Level quiz, give it a try.
This website is for people studying for an English language exam. Here the pages contain free online practice tests for the most important international ESL exams.
Find answers to all your writing conundrums with Grammarly’s simple guide to basic English grammar rules.
These pages are a complete English grammar guide filled with the rules of English usage. Each grammatical rule is explained in plain English with several examples, and when needed, counter-examples.
Tests, quizzes, reference guides, practice activities, phrasal verb dictionary and more!
Looking for a quick overview on English grammar with a lot of examples? This is your site!
I believe you will find these sites helpful as you practice English grammar!
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Note: grammar is just one part of the language. It is best to incorporate the grammar you are learning into all 4 language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking!
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