I never used to be very good at grammar; however, now I've got it down.
I always thought English grammar books were formal and boring, until I tried Loving Grammar.
"Clamdigging" is the reason I am able to write and punctuate correctly. Because of Clamdigging I never forget how to correctly use commas and semi-colons. You'd be surprised how many college students still don't know how to use this punctuation--even adults! Clamdigging is a fun and informative book that engages students with interesting example sentences and comical dialogue."
I would love to have your Guide to Professional Clamdigging over here (Germany) to pass along to my "ESL" students so that they learn the "why's" of English Grammar.
As an ESL student, I found Mr. Lund's Guide to Professional Clamdigging to be the most effective tool for learning English. Clamdigging has not only helped me improve my sentence structure, punctuation, and writing, but it has also molded me into a better speaker of English.
My mother, who is not a native English speaker, has been using it to improve her English and even now I sometimes peruse it just for fun. When is the last time you read your high school English grammar book for fun? Read Mr. Lund's "Clamdigging" and you'll find out why!
I've studied English in German textbooks but in my opinion, the Clamdigging textbook was way more effective because although it was maybe a higher level of learning (because it was for native English speakers), it was very easy to understand. Everything was explained in a simple and fun way.