Grammar assistance

Do you find verbs with their subjects difficult?  Do you get a headache when dealing with pronouns and fragments?

Do not concern yourself too much!  We have provided some grammar help which will enable you to improve your grammar knowledge. If it is simply in the too hard basket, one of our professional writers can assist you right now.

Grammar is…..

the study of language and the rules that it follows. The word grammar has actually a dual meaning: the first is the actual rules and the second is the way we interpret and study those rules.

When a grammar exposes all possible combinations within a specific language, it is referred to as generative grammar. A specific part of generative grammar that has become the forefront in the foundation of modern linguistics is transformational grammar. Noam Chomsky first suggested this term.

Grammar is a portion of the generalised study of language which is referred to as linguistics. Grammar is basically the way we interpret  language. Modern linguists describe the areas of grammar as phonetics, phonology, orthography, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. In earlier times grammar was divided into morphology and syntax.

  • Learn more about grammatical rules by using these guides:
  • Subjects and Verbs
  • Subject and Verb Agreement
  • Pronouns
  • Who and Whom
  • Whoever and Whomever
  • Who, Which, That
  • Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Confusing Words
  • Fragments
  • Capital Letters

Difficulties with grammar?  Find help:

You should not let poor grammar ruin your chance of getting good grades.

Is burning the midnight oil what you do while conducting hours and hours of research and tying yourself down to a computer keyboard writing an essay? After all those hours of work you don’t want to get poor marks because your ideas are blurred by poor grammar.

Using punctuation in your essay:

In the process of writing an essay, it is vital to concentrate on the style of your writing as well as the content.

You have to put careful thought into the words you select and the manner in which you write both sentences and paragraphs as well as focussing  on grammar and punctuation. Essays should always be presented in a formal style, which means adopting punctuation rules correctly as well as using formal rules of standard grammar.

It is not necessary to worry too much about your ability to accurately punctuate an essay correctly as the rules are laid out quite logically and you can apply them easily if you have them in front of you.

A small amount of practice will ensure that the rules are correctly learnt and this will, inevitably, give a sounder look to your essay. A reader will be able to follow the flow with a lot more ease.

Click one of the links below for advice:

  • Apostrophe
  • Brackets
  • Colons
  • Semicolons
  • Commas
  • Hyphens and Dashes
  • Termination Marks
  • Question Marks
  • Quotation Marks

Or… our grammar professionals will assist you.

We provide a professional proofreading service:

We know that several hours of research and writing can make the use of the comma seem minor. Placing semi-colons in the wrong place will also fade into insignificance after you’ve just burnt the midnight oil finalising the writing of a dissertation that you’ve been researching and writing for many months. Gaining a second class division one degree might be halted if your work is riddled with errors in punctuation.

If you are not vigilant, bad punctuation can mar your work!

Paying for one of our professional grammar specialists today and getting them to sieve through your essay (or dissertation, assignment, etc) will make all the difference. They will of course forward onto you a report on the errors you have made and corrections you need to do.  We can supply a marking and critiquing services as well if you’d really like to improve the finer details of your essay before handing it in.