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A guide to using the apostrophe punctuation mark, including the possessive and plural uses. Features numerous examples of the punctuation rules.
http://apostrophe.guide
PageRank: 0/10
The one stop shop for everything about the comma, featuring rules, guidance and examples. Includes the Oxford, Vocative and spliced commas.
http://comma.guide
PageRank: 0/10
Voted Best English Language School Southern Hemisphere in 2009 and 2007. English Language Company is one of the best known English schools in Australia with students from over 35 countries. Study English in beautiful Sydney at English Language Company.
http://www.englishlanguagecompany.com
PageRank: Not available
New Cambridge Institute (Thailand), under the registered name of Phongpattana Language School supervised by Ministry of Education. It is a high-quality academic English centre.
http://www.newcambridge.com
PageRank: 5/10
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Helping you learn a language with out spending a fortune. Free and non-free resources in one place. Make language learning a daily habit by developing your own 'at-home-immersion-environment' and finding creative ways to apply language learning everyday.
http://www.languagewrangler.com
PageRank: 3/10
Perfect for anyone who wants to learn a language. Complete with tips and tricks on the best, fastest and easiest way to learn a new language. OptiLingo is the best way to learn a new language. Want to know how to learn a language?
http://www.optilingo.com
PageRank: 0/10
Original methodology to get you on the fast track to language proficiency utilizing more than 30 years of experience and know-how in teaching Russian as foreign language. Immersive and intuitive course content designed with online learning in mind.
http://russianasforeign.com
PageRank: 0/10
A complete directory of French language Podcasts, over 150 in total. A great way to learn French online. Also some reviews of learn French Podcasts.
http://www.frenchpodcasts.net
PageRank: 0/10
We can express time in the English language with verb tense. The 3 main tenses are: the past tense, the present tense and the future tense, but these can also be broken down to sub categories. Check out the verbs guide for more.
http://verbs.guide
PageRank: 0/10
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