Why do we add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do we know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does knife become knives? You can unravel these mysteries with six simple rules.

You can unravel mysteries of making words plural with six simple rules. Example: As a whole group use this chart to identify endings of words that are made plural.

A Blogger’s Refresher Course In English Grammar

A Blogger's Refresher Course In English Grammar [4 Infographics]

Commonly confused adjectives infographic // it stresses me out how many grammatical errors are made with the confusion of these words

Some different ways to say several of the most over-used words in the English language. Use them!

Other ways to say.happy, scared, pretty, angry, shocked and other words. Useful for new foreign language vocab too?

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Punctuation

Punctuation cheat-sheet: yes, this would be great for the classroom, but I also wish that everyone in the English-speaking world would read and reference.

Did you think that English is easy? #learnenglish http://www.uniquelanguages.com

Photo: English is easy! Homographs are words of like spelling but with more than one meaning. A homograph that is also pronounced differently is a heteronym.

HOMOPHONES are words that sound exactly the same (they are spelled differently and have different meanings).  Here are some that may surprise you!

HOMOPHONES are words that sound exactly the same (they are spelled differently and have different meanings). Here are some that may surprise you!

Frases e palavras

'Phrasal verbs' are two word verbs with meaning beyond the individual words. This infographic illustrates phrasal verbs using 'get'. Source for Poster: Grammar.

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