English Grammar Corner - Writing Tips

Table of Contents

When to Use Capital Letters
Linking Words for Writing Reports, Essays, or Emails
Contractions in Written English
Basic Sentence Structures
270 TOEFL Words You Need to Know
200 IELTS Words You Need to Know
E.G. Meaning: What Does E.G. Mean?
How to Actually Use Apostrophe ‘s
English Punctuation Rules
Great Ways to Start a Sentence
The Best Ways to End an Email
The Best Email Phrases You Can Use at Work
Glossary of ESL Cooking Terms

 


Grammar corner When to Use Capital Letters

When to Use Capital Letters
Knowing when and when not to capitalize is an important part of writing correct English. Most students quickly learn that you always capitalize the first letter of a new sentence, but what are the other rules? ...

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Grammar corner Linking Words for Writing Reports, Essays, or Emails

Linking Words for Writing Reports, Essays, or Emails
When writing in a formal manner for work reports, essays, or emails, you can improve the quality of your content by using a range of linking words that can highlight similarities, contrasts, and contradictions. ...

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Grammar corner Contractions in Written English

Contractions in Written English
Contractions are commonly used in written and spoken English to shorten a group of words by omitting certain letters or sounds. In most cases, a contraction uses an apostrophe to represent the missing letters. ...

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Grammar corner Basic Sentence Structures

Basic Sentence Structures
This is the perfect sheet to hand out to your students to help them with the most basic sentence structures in English. Ideal for beginners to build a strong language foundation....

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Grammar corner 270 TOEFL Words You Need to Know

270 TOEFL Words You Need to Know
Preparing for TOEFL? Whether you're a test prep teacher or are taking the proficiency test yourself, keep this list of 270 TOEFL words close!...

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Grammar corner 200 IELTS Words You Need to Know

200 IELTS Words You Need to Know
Preparing for IELTS? Whether you're a test prep teacher or are taking the proficiency test yourself, keep this list of 200 IELTS words close!...

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Grammar corner E.G. Meaning: What Does E.G. Mean?

E.G. Meaning: What Does E.G. Mean?
What does e.g. mean? Let's take a look at the definition and usage of this expression with this ESL infographic. Learn how and when to use this abbreviation to enlarge your vocabulary word and improve your English conversations....

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Grammar corner How to Actually Use Apostrophe ‘s

How to Actually Use Apostrophe ‘s
In general, the apostrophe s (‘s) serves two functions: to contract words and to indicate possession. Let's take a look at this closely in the infographic below....

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English Punctuation Rules
Punctuation in English often differs in many ways from punctuation in other languages. This can be an issue, especially for non-native English learners all across the world. What is punctuation? Check out these useful punctuation rules in English below....

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Grammar corner Great Ways to Start a Sentence

Great Ways to Start a Sentence
Here you will find a useful list of common sentence starters that you can use in an English discussion as well as in essay writing. Learn these sentence starters to improve your English speaking and writing skills....

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Grammar corner The Best Ways to End an Email

The Best Ways to End an Email
Do you ever write emails in English for work or leisure? Are you unsure how to end your email? Are you too formal or not formal enough? The guide below shows you the best ways to end an email in a formal, professional, informal and/or friendly manner....

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Grammar corner The Best Email Phrases You Can Use at Work

The Best Email Phrases You Can Use at Work
When writing emails to coworkers and clients at work, it is essential to use the right lingo. Below we have compiled the most useful, polite and professional email phrases you can use at work. ...

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Grammar corner Glossary of ESL Cooking Terms

Glossary of ESL Cooking Terms
This page has a glossary of ESL cooking terms several tasks for you to do to help you remember these vocabulary words. Being able to cook is a useful skill, and it is also good to be able to talk about food and cooking. It is also a great topic to talk about with EFL students around the world because everyone likes to eat. The vocabulary on this page will let you explain about cooking and the kitchen....

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