My English 101 series is for basic things in the English language that any writer should know, regardless of their native language. (For those of you who don't know how university courses are numbered, 101 is often used to mark the basic course in any subject. These are the English basics.)
The current series is laid out below, and I will be sticking to it unless I find that one topic needs more than I can write in a single grammar guide. In that case, I may split it in two parts, or more. I hope that any deviations from this list will happen faster than my one-a-month schedule.
- February: Sentences, part 1: Basics
- March: Sentences, part 2: Clauses
- April: Sentences, part 3: Conditionals
- May: Punctuation
- June: Verbs, part 1: Conjugation
- July: Verbs, part 2: Active and Passive
- August: Prepositions
- September: Pronouns and Pronominals
- October: Common Mistakes: Confusable Homonyms (Words Spelled/Sound Alike)
- November: Common Mistakes: How You Say It (is not how you write it)
- December: Common Mistakes: Comparisons, Superlatives, and Uncountables
Have I missed anything? Please send me any suggestions for further grammar tutorials by note, titled something to make it stand out (like "Grammar Tutorial Idea").
Also, if any of these are hard to understand, let me know. I want these to be easy-read guides for anyone to use, and it doesn't do me any good if they're too complicated.