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Quick grammar reference is a useful guide from British Council 'Learn English' site, offering brief explanations of the more common areas of grammar, each with a relevant activity.
Choosing the right tense, from the BBC Skillswise, allows you to practice present, past and future tenses.
The following activities from the University of Southampton explore the use of the gerund - the 'ing' form of a verb (for example, 'singing') - and the infinitive form ('to sing').
The following links from the British Council 'Learn English' site give a summary on when to use the definite article ('the') and the indefinite article ('a').
Nominalisation gives you guidance on the use of the noun forms of verbs, with examples from both the natural and social sciences. The following advanced activity from the University of Southampton allows you to practise using noun phrases to develop a more concise and formal writing style.
Prepositions are connecting words that can be important for the clarity of your writing. This activity from the University of Southampton examines which preposition to choose after certain words or phrases.
These activities from the University of Southampton explore words that can be easily confused for a number of reasons.