The best place to get help with grammar, sentence
structure and other style concerns is our Writing Center at RCC. In it,
you can find grammar exercises, textbooks, reference books, and lots of
live bodies to answer your questions. But, if you aren't on campus or
you are feeling a little people shy, these websites are good alternatives.
- One of the best grammar sites there is,
complete with exercises, explanations, quizzes and all sorts of goodies
is this one, formerly known as Darling's Guide to Grammar. You can also
access this directly from the RCC Writing and Reading Center page.
- This is the best ever online writing lab
website. Some of the information refers to the actual brick and mortar
writing center at Purdue University. The main thing you will probably
want to make use of are there handouts - especially the ones on grammar,
punctuation & spelling.
- This site the "Grammar Slammer" is mostly
a very organized set of grammar rules. So this is best used by someone
who knows exactly what question they want to ask, or has some idea of
the correct usage, but just wants to double check.