Online Guide to Grammar and Writing The "Guide to Grammar and Writing", developed by English Professor Charles Darling, and hosted by Capital Community College, in Hartford, Connecticut, is a must-bookmark online resource that will help you write anything from a research journal article to an inflammatory email expressing perturbation and exasperation. (See? Those are two words you definitely want to get right in any document bearing your signature.) Say you're in the middle of a tense written negotiation over the functionality of a recent software release, and you are trying to keep your adversary off-balance by switching tenses, while simultaneously blinding them (him?) with squinting modifiers. You don't want them (him or her?) to lay (lie?) you low by pointing out that your last attack belied gender problems, with resulting copulas. Or, God forbid, irregular plurals! Don't give him/her/it that opportunity! So, before you sling your next mud shot, take a moment to cover your bare infinitives. Go to http://webster.commnet.edu/grammar/. Then, while you are waiting for your nemesis to recover from your grammatically impeccable assault, you can keep your wits sharp by completing all 174 interactive grammar quizzes that await you on the web page.