Whether you are preparing for the ACT or SAT, writing a research paper, or just being a human in the real world, you need to know how to write!

Even highly-educated adults often make grammar errors (which can make them look not-so-highly-educated after all). 😉

Use this simple guide to help you understand:

Writing Preferences: Redundancy, Ambiguity, Active and Passive Voice, Diction, and Order

Grammar Rules: Commas, Parentheses, Dashes, Hyphens, Semicolons, Colons, Apostrophes, Verb Agreement, Present Perfect Tense, and Past Perfect Tense

Usage Rules: Transition Statements, Parallelism, Comparisons, Misplaced Modifiers, Subject and Object Pronouns, Who vs Whom, Comparative vs Superlative Adjectives, Less vs Fewer, Number vs Amount, Farther vs Further, Good vs Well, and Lie vs Lay

Also included are strategies to help you with standardized testing such as the ACT and SAT.

Click here to access this English Grammar and Usage guide.