Results tagged “grammar”
New features in the quiz results pages allow you to view relevant grammar topics and other similar quizzes.
New features include:
- Categorised into grammatical topics
- Links to related glossary items
- Links to related quizzes
We have updated the ESL Teacher Handouts, Grammar Worksheets & Printables section. Firstly, we have added a considerable number of new English language quizzes to the section, both in the public and the members' areas.
We have released a new language tool that allows users to enter a word to get grammatical information about it. It gives information on parts of speech, usage, register, style, collocation, meaning and grammar.
We have updated the main glossary page to include a categorised listing/directory of key grammar areas.
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What Information Will I Get?This tool will show you a basic statistical breakdown of your text including:
- Word Count
- Unique Words
- Number of Sentences
- Average Words per Sentence
- Lexical Density (what's this)
- Gunning Fog Readability Index (what's this)
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