A new year and a new look.
Road to Grammar has been updated so that the main site works on smartphones and tablets as well as laptops and desktops. Previously there was a separate mobile site.
The new look:
The site should now be much easier to use and navigate. Please comment if you are having any problems accessing it or seeing any glitches. Older Android tablets may have some minor issues, but a fix is coming soon.
Here are some more idioms, in graphic format:
I've finished and uploaded a conversation worksheet on the topic of Globalization. This worksheet would be suitable for upper-intermed...
Have you ever noticed that newspaper headlines have a grammar all of their own? Consider these two examples: In the f...
Number four in our series of ESL videos for upper int/advanced level classes: http://www.roadtogrammar.com/videoesl/video_4_thefreeg ans/ ...
I have created a chart featuring Bloom's Taxonomy. Feel free to use it in any projects you may have: Full size version here
Here is an interesting English word: loot We use the word loot in English to describe something that was stolen. The word loot is orig...