Grammar was never my strong subject, math and science where.

I came across this site that has daily lessons on grammar five days a week and a quiz at the end. The blog rolls around on an 88 week schedule.

Well in three weeks on September 10th it should start from the beginning again for anyone else who wants to improve that area of education.

http://www.dailygrammar.com/

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Thanks for sharing, mate! Good looking out.

This blog is restarting again on Monday June the 2nd.

I did not know how bad I was at grammar until I became an elementary school teacher and had to teach it. There are so many subtle rules. Good grammar makes you sound more eduacated and polished. But, beware: once you make good grammar a habit bad grammar grates on your nerves.

Thank you for sharing. 

Due to my unsatisfactory experience in school, I decided to teach myself to improve my English and grammar. I bought a very cheap box-set of books to refer to. However, I still get things wrong. This site looks very useful. 

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