Clif, every now and then pitches in to correct the mistakes in articles I write, which helps me improve my writing skills. Today, he pointed me to a link, where he has compiled and organized URLs from different websites, which has grammar tips for writers, bloggers and authors. A few links to good practice tips for TOEFL tests are also included.

The topics include, but are not limited:

1> How to use Title Case,

2> General Capitalization,

3> Extended rules for using Commas,

4> How to Cut clutter and use only words you need to use,

5> Difference between – “As” versus “Because” or “Since” ; “Maybe vs May be”; “Can vs Could”;

6> Forms of “to be”, etc.

Visit this link for more details.

For those who are interested, you can visit Clif’s Freeware Wiki website here.

And if you have kids at home, then here are some tips to accelerate the process of learning alphabets.

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