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Grammar

Grammar is the way in which words are put together to form proper sentences. Do you want a quick answer to a specific point, such as whether it’s wrong to split an infinitive or to end a sentence with a preposition such as on? If so, go straight to our quick-reference top tips section.

If you want more detailed advice on, for example, types of pronouns or how to build well-formed sentences, browse through the headings below and explore the different sections:

Grammar A-Z

A quick-reference list of grammatical terms, including:

Word classes (or parts of speech)

Don’t know your adverb from your preposition? Learn more about word classes in this section.

Sentences, clauses, and phrases

Learn more about the building blocks that make up speech and writing.

Grammar tips

Straightforward advice on some of the trickier points of English grammar.

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Spelling

Spelling matters. If you want to create a good impression in your writing and make sure you get your meaning across clearly, it’s important to get your spelling right.

This section contains lots of quick-reference spelling tips. For example, if you can never remember whether the plural of potato is spelled potatoes or potatos, then you can jump straight to Plurals of nouns to get some straightforward advice. There’s also a handy list of Common misspellings, arranged in alphabetical order of the incorrect spellings, and a guide to the differences between British and American spelling.

If you already feel confident in your spelling skills, why not try our spelling challenge?

For more ways to improve your writing see our Better Writing section, or for more spelling tips see the list below

 

ENGLISH DICTIONARY online

Słownik języka angielskiego, gramatyka, ciekawostki na jednej stronie:

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Słownik Oxford online

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/house?q=house&quot;

Sprawdż znaczenie i wymowę słów:

http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/
Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary"