Grammar and Style Resources

Consult the dictionary first for questions about capitalization, compound words, and (of course) spelling.

Check the Chicago Manual of Style for more complex questions about grammar and style, though you’re usually okay if you pick a rule and stick to it (e.g., words for one through ninety-nine, numerals thereafter). If you don’t want to invest in a subscription or hard copy, you can often find what you’re looking for in the Q&A. Try Googling “Chicago Manual of Style {my question}.”

The Purdue Owl offers quick-and-dirty lessons on grammar, punctuation, and more.

You probably already already know about Grammar Girl. Consider this a 7Sage stamp of approval.

The Deluxe Transitive Vampire is a hilarious and amazing grammar primer.

Sin and Syntax is a useful omnibus that covers issues of both grammar and style.

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