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Write & improve A1-C1

A free service for learners of English to practise their written English. You can submit your written work and receive feedback on spelling, vocabulary, grammar and general style.With tasks for beginners, intermediate and advanced.

Manchester Academic Phrasebank (from B2)

This academic phrasebank is a collection of academic methods, supported with numerous examples, which will help get you started on your writing project. You should use this website as an introduction to academic writing, as it covers everything you need to know - from choosing a topic, to writing conclusions and referring to sources.

The OWL (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue (from B2)

This resource from Purdue University in Indiana gives extensive examples of MLA, APA, and Chicago citation styles.

The OWL exercises (from B2)

The OWL exercises: grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, sentence style, and ESL (English as a second language) exercises, such as paraphrasing exercises.

The Writer’s Handbook (from B2)

This site leads you through the whole process of writing different academic assignments. It offers an overview of adequate grammar and punctuation use as well as different citation styles.

The writing base @ELC (from B2)

Short videos with tips for academic writing by the English Language Center of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University: vocabulary and style, expressions to avoid, referencing, critical thinking and more.