Question : Im a english students, and i realised that my vocabulary is not enough and sometimes my grammar is wrong.. tell me what can i do?
Answer : I'm a bachelor degree holder and I'm also studying and practicing English at home and converse sometimes with my relatives, friends and siblings. As the adage says, 'You can learn language by using it'
so I believe through constant practice and patient coupled with extensive reading, freewriting and thorough listening you can improve your English grammar. Try to converse daily and accept mistakes as natural in learning that language because your mind will correct what errors you committed by pinpointing your weaknesses and willing to correct it.
Question : i am writing an essay for english for romeo and juliet and i need it proofread and grammar checked. is there a website i can go on that will proofread it for me?
Answer : Well, as your other responder says, all word processors have spelling and grammar checking.
I think your problem is larger, though. Software is notoriously bad at catching all but the most obvious spelling errors. It will find non-words, of course, but it won't accurately correct them.
Grammar checking is even worse. Many non-errors are flagged as mistakes, and the suggested repairs are usually useless.
For better or worse, real text editing is a high-level *human* skill. In other words, you want human help. With any luck, your helper will also explain along the way how you can improve your writing.
Question : I am looking for a cute acronym instead of Daily Oral Language.
Answer : Haha, Language Arts? Or simply grammar