The English Alphabet (Aa Bb Cc...)
Here is the English alphabet from Aa to Zz, in large and small letters.
Use of Large Letters (Capitals)
In English, we do not use capital letters very much. It is not correct or even polite to use a lot of capital letters in English. But there are times when capitals are important.
The following rules can help you to decode the mysteries of English spelling. But remember, even the best rules have their exceptions. This section includes spelling variations in English and American English.
Punctuation is the system of symbols (. , ! - : etc) that we use to separate sentences and parts of sentences, and to make their meaning clear. Here are the punctuation marks that we use in English.
Practise various aspects of written English with prompts designed specially for English learners.
Six Common Mistakes In ESL Writing And How To Avoid Them
How to avoid writing boring sentences that all seem the same.
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Why you need a friend to help you check your own writing - and how s/he can do it.
What Is Plagiarism?
And how to avoid it!
Plagiarism is an illegal form of copying. It means taking another person's work (without asking) and calling it your own. Plagiarism is against the law in most nations.
Where do we put the hyphen when we need to split a word?
What is written without effort is read without pleasure.
Creative Writing Forum
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Writing Practice In Joe's Cafe
Write your ideas and thoughts on a variety of topics.
Writing In Joe's Cafe
Random thoughts and tips about writing in English.
I am sorry to write such a long letter. I didn't have time to write a short one.
Variously attributed to Mark Twain, Voltaire, Proust, Pliny the Younger...