Native Language Resources

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Ruilalwen #2200

Hi Ollorin--

My resources will be considerably childish to you, I think, because I'm only...12. But here are some websites that I hope might help. (Merriam Webster is a dictionary.) (Here is a resource that I use in school. My English teacher really likes it. I hope you can access it elsewhere in the world, but I think VPN will do.) (This is for comprehension practice.)

These websites are what we use in school, and they are for words, comprehension, and grammar. In NoRedInk, I think you will need an account. If you want to do all of the work on your own, then I think you can have two NoRedInk accounts. One is teacher one is student role. For the teacher role, open a class and give the class code to your student account. You can build any subject as teacher and do them as student. I'm a student, so I don't know if that would work. Also I'm only a middle school student myself. But I hope this helps! ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿง™๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ(Also this might not be that relevant to this subject but what do you study as a scientist? I'm doing a science experiment innovation project in school with some of my friends. I would like to have some inspiration from an expert, as I am currently racking my head for ideas. Annon allen!)