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English grammar online free, rules and usage with example sentences

By Zak Hall

Welcome to the English Grammar Section of Lingostan. If you’re already clicking away because you’ve seen the word grammar, hold on a second. It is possible to learn this information in a different way. Here, you will not find boring grammar rules or articles that send you to sleep. This part of the site is designed to be a study aide for skilled learners like you who want to learn more about the small details of the English language. Curious minds are welcome here.

In this section, you will find information on mistakes that even English native speakers make in everyday life. You will find guides on how to correctly use complicated forms in different situations. These guides will include detailed examples on how the information can be applied in practice.

Be sure to study this section carefully and check back often. The articles that are posted here are being updated on a regular basis.

Grammar tips:

Lose vs loose (20/12/2017)

Many or much (14/12/2017)

We're, where, were (11/12/2017)

Then vs than (07/12/2017)

Fewer or less (05/12/2017)

Good or well? (30/11/2017)

To, too, two (28/11/2017)

Effect vs affect (23/11/2017)

Using of instead of have (19/11/2017)

There, Their and They’re: Explained (17/11/2017)


This is real-life information that you can use to impress your friends, your teachers and your colleagues. The articles will leave you a step ahead in terms of sounding native and natural, which is the goal of every person learning English. As a learner, you have the license to make mistakes without too much judgement, but wouldn’t it be nice to speak English like a native speaker? The great part about learning a language is that there is always something else to soak up. Even if you think about your native language, you’re unlikely to be perfect. English is widely spoken around the world and so it changes often in terms of what is conventionally acceptable. Language is fluid and standards change according to many factors in the crazy world in which we live. Your job is to stay on top of this information so that you don’t sound out-of-date or unnatural.

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