English language

Dear experts,

Is there a portal which runs on similar lines as EE, but does it for English language.

My issue is around grammar and sentence structure and I struggle with it.

Thank you
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Computer GuyCommented:
I'm assuming a place where you can go to learn grammar and sentence structure?

My native language is English. When I was in college, I had to take some English / Writing classes and I hated it! Had nothing to do with my degree.

Anyway, I would suggest a few things.


Also, if you are going to be coding a project or coming up with content for a website, try oDesk. You can find a freelancer there that would be able to read and fix.

Just some thoughts! Good Luck!!
käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Have you considered using the Copy Review topic area? I suppose that technically speaking that area is more for proofreading, but I'd bet that there are people there that could answer any grammar questions you have  = )
EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
I don't know of any forum like EE where you actually pay for membership and can ask unlimited questions without feeling that you are making a nuisance of yourself.

Your best option is to use a few of the following free forums.

(Search before asking ..... Your question has quite likely been asked before)

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The position is further complicated by having to decide whether you want to improve your grammatical skills in British English or U.S. English. There are differences!
dhsindyRetired considering supplemental income.Commented:
For a simple opinion, I have seen several people post question with text in this TA. But, you should specify who the reader will be as there are several English versions around the world and regional vocabulary differences within countries.
Why don't you ask a question and you may be surprised about the results. A member in Australia often helps me on some of my questions and we do have language issues along the way and they know English perfectly.

I'f you will  ask a question, we can give you pointers along the way to the asnwer. Try it.
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