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Practice Parts Of Speech

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The University of Nottingham has a nifty online tool where where students can practice multiple parts of speech (adverbs, articles, etc.) with any piece of 300 word text they, or their teacher, choose.

And it can be used with several languages, including English.

It’s just a matter of pasting the text in, clicking a button, and you’re presented with the exercise.

Thanks to mme_henderson for the tip.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Neat trick! Online workbook for grammar. The Course of Study under which I operate is slowly drifting away from teaching writing and grammar and moving toward a less expressive student. Cursive is no longer taught, so composition and grammar seem to be “old fashioned” concepts. Thanks for bringing up an online, modern resource that demonstrates that grammar is still important.

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