Best sources of grammar exercises (native speakers) - Books, websites, apps, audio?

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Hi, I'm interested in mastering English grammar both for teaching purposes, for writing and for speaking (I do speak English fluently but I make mistakes)

I'm looking for books or websites that are packed with exercises and good, preferably somewhat short and to the point explanations. I learn best by seeing a lot of examples - first some theory and then a bunch of examples/exercises.


So far I've stumbled upon the following websites:

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I don't know how to tell if a website is legitimite but they seem good.

I was wondering if there is a big book that pretty much has it ALL, like all the grammar you need to know with all the examples and exercises such that when you finish that book you have pretty much mastered english grammar and writing.
 
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A good book that covers many bases is Practical English Usage by Michael Swan, which covers both grammar and usage.
 

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I will give it a try​. [STRIKE]:D[/STRIKE]
I thought you would already know that we don't use home-made emoticons to replace standard punctuation marks.
 
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