Articles: English as a Second Language

Scribendi's Ultimate Guide to Improving Your English Writing Skills
Scribendi's Ultimate Guide to Improving Your English Writing Skills

As you work on improving your English writing skills, this guide will help you progress, no matter your level of writing experience.

Useful Websites and Writing Tools for Every Kind of Writer
Useful Websites and Writing Tools for Every Kind of Writer

Our collection of useful websites and writing tools for every kind of writer.

Scribendi's Ultimate Essay Writing Guide
Scribendi's Ultimate Essay Writing Guide

In Scribendi's Ultimate Essay Writing Guide, you'll learn everything you need to know about how to write an essay.

Scribendi's Ultimate Guide to English Grammar Rules
Scribendi's Ultimate Guide to English Grammar Rules

Learn everything about English grammar rules in our easy-to-read, online guide.

Is It Correct to Use "They" as a Singular Pronoun?
Is It Correct to Use "They" as a Singular Pronoun?

Whether the use of "they" as a singular pronoun is correct has been debated for centuries. Learn whether its use is acceptable, once and for all.

Scribendi's Guide to Commonly Confused Words
Scribendi's Guide to Commonly Confused Words

Never confuse homonyms, homophones, or other similar-sounding words again. Our extensive guide includes over 350 commonly confused words.

Mastering English Slang: English Terms of Endearment
Mastering English Slang: English Terms of Endearment

In this post, which is the first in our series on mastering English slang, we examine English terms of endearment.

A Comprehensive Guide to Verb Tenses in English
A Comprehensive Guide to Verb Tenses in English

Are you confused by verb tenses? Our comprehensive guide to verb tenses in English is here to help!

Three Tips to Improve Your English Writing
Three Tips to Improve Your English Writing

Learning to speak a new language is difficult. Let Scribendi help with three tips to improve your skills as an English writer.

Should I Use Accept or Except? A Closer Look
Should I Use Accept or Except? A Closer Look

If you have ever been unsure about whether to use accept or except when writing a sentence, it is completely understandable. After all, both "accept" and "except" are derived from the Latin word "capere," which means "to take." However, the two words' meanings are almost opposite.

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