You’re never too old for a refresher course on comma usage, especially if you’re working on your English exams. A lot of times these rules go in one ear and out the other, but using commas wrong can really cost you points. There are a lot of different resources out there to help you, so make sure you make the most of what’s available. Check out this article in the NY Times for some helpful tips.
And if you need more advice on other grammatical rules check out these great resources.
Owl Perdue – Features style guides and instructions for everything from citations to period usage. Check it out here.
Grammar Book – Covers tense usage, punctuation, sentence structure and more. Click here to visit the site.
Dictionary.com – Need a definition, a synonym, or an antonym? Dictionary.com is the place to go.
Citation Machine – It doesn’t matter if it’s APA, MLA or Chicago, just type in the information and out pops your citation. Check out the site now!
Which resource sites do you use most frequently?
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