Corporate Communications

From the Editor's Desk

Access and complete these exercises to improve your spelling, grammar, punctuation, and word usage.

Capitalization
Confusing Usage
Numbers
Possessives
Punctuation
Sentence Structure
Spelling

Capitalization

Capitalization Rules
North, South, East, West

Confusing Usage

All ready, Already; Advise, Advice; Good, Well
Asking Questions: What, Who, When, Where, How
It’s, Its; There, Their, They’re; Accept, Except  
Led, Lead; Moral, Morale; Lie, Lay
Past, Passed; Know, No; Hanged, Hung
Personal, Personnel; Quit, Quiet; Imply, Infer
The reason is that or The reason is because Construction
Then, Than; Threw, Through; Affect, Effect
Too, To, Two; Compliment, Complement; A, An
Weather, Whether; Among, Between
Who, Whom

Numbers

Numbers in Text

Possessives

Another Look at Possessives
Creating Possessives

Punctuation

Comma Usage Part 1
Comma Usage Part 2

Parentheses

Semicolons and Colons

Sentence Structure

Ambiguous Pronoun References
Beginning Sentences With And, But, Or, or For
Comma Splices
Ending a Sentence With a Preposition
Fragments
Parallel Structure
Run-on Sentences
Subject and Verb Agreement

Spelling

Eliminating Spelling Errors