Writing Prompts

Practise various aspects of written English with prompts designed specially for English learners. Each prompt includes an example and a link to a handy resource page. Try a new prompt each week.

Writing Prompt ~ Reported Questions

Writing Prompt ~ Should

Writing Prompt ~ The Word “English”

Writing Prompt ~ Believe Vs. Belief

Writing Prompt ~ Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Writing Prompt ~ Abbreviations

Writing Prompt ~ Subjunctive Mood

Writing Prompt ~ Collocations with Save

Writing Prompt ~ Collocations with Do

Writing Prompt ~ British Vs. American Spelling

Writing Prompt ~ Collocations with Get

Writing Prompt ~ Directions

Writing Prompt ~ Future Goals

Writing Prompt ~ Quite

Writing Prompt ~ Holiday Capitalization

Writing Prompt ~ Good or Well?

Writing Prompt ~ Indefinite Articles Before Adjectives

Writing Prompt ~ -ible or -able?

Writing Prompt ~ A Piece of Advice

Writing Prompts ~ Reciprocal Pronouns

Writing Prompt ~ See, Look, or Watch?

Writing Prompt ~ Double Letters

Writing Prompt ~ Sentence Length

Writing Prompts ~ Irregular Verbs

Writing Prompt ~ Breathe Vs. Breath

Writing Prompt ~ Say or Tell?

Writing Prompt ~ Whose and Who’s

Writing Prompt ~ Auxiliary Verbs in Questions

Writing Prompt ~ Proper Spacing

Writing Prompts ~ Apostrophes

Writing Prompt ~ Infinitive or -ing?

Writing Prompt ~ Used To

Writing Prompt ~ Third Conditional

Writing Prompt ~ Second Conditional

Writing Prompt ~ Forgetting Articles