For all subjects, you can use tutor.com. For specific areas of writing, see below.
Grammar is really necessary to understand basic conversations, and especially an essay or other form of literature you’re currently writing. Mistakes are acceptable, but if they’re not acceptable to you, you can always use Daily Grammar’s Archive to catch up on your grammatical skills! It’s free to use and easy to navigate! Also, the Purdue Writing Lab is another great place to find grammar tips and more!
The most important thing when it comes to a story is the format, or it’s proper arrangement. While some teachers usually ask you to write in an MLA format, every once in a blue moon you might be asked to use ALA, APA, or even others! That’s why we are providing you again with the Purdue Format & Style Guide! With this, you’ll be getting easy As on your papers!
When writing an essay, citing where you received your sources is VERY IMPORTANT! Schools stress this very much, and they look down on plagiarism and strike swift at the scent of it! Thankfully, sites such as Duke University Library Cites can assist you with how to cite things. Other sites such as EasyBib and Citation Machine can make the citing source page right there for you! Do it!
Do you love writing? Do you love telling stories, writing poems, or other things that involve writing? Would you love to get a book out someday, just to be able to tell a story for the world to know? But how does one become a skilled writer? Also, where do we start? Well, a cool place to start would be, once again Purdue OWL! They will explain the basics for you, even explaining poetry basics! If it’s writer’s block(UGH!), there are prompts HERE & HERE & even HERE. Google is your friend as well! The possibilities are endless!