An English Skills poster which demonstrates figures of speech on one side and common grammar mistakes on the other side. Would be useful displayed in a classroom for students to refer to during writing activities.
Long live the Oxford Comma! I agree!/ No, I disagree completely. If you had toast and orange juice, you don't put a comma after the toast. You use the "and" instead of the comma. I had no idea that commas had names
English Grammar solution: Structure of All Tense, Structure of the Tense. i would probably break this chart down into different pieces but most kids have trouble when it comes to the different tenses. so this would help a lot in the classroom.