English Skills: YouTube Podcasts

On this page, find YouTube Podcasts for:

Composition

Biased Language:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Figurative Language (Wordplay/Better Writing Language):
Flocabulary
How to Write Better:
Writing Tips on Voice, Tense, Perspective, Cliché and Wordiness
Introduction to English Composition:
Educator.com
Introduction to Ethos, Pathos, & Logos:
Texas A&M Writing Center
MLA Style & Formatting:
University of Wisconsin
Educator.com
Sentence Variation:
Texas A&M Writing Center
The Ultimate Introduction:
Online English Video Lessons .

Grammar & Punctuation

Apostrophes:
Online English Video Lessons
Articles:
Texas A&M Writing Center - Part 1
Texas A&M Writing Center - Part 2
Texas A&M Writing Center - The Article Scale
Capitalization:
Online English Video Lessons
Colons and Semicolons (British):
Videojug
Comma Usage in Clauses:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Commonly Confused Words:
Online English Video Lessons (Here & Hear)
Online English Video Lessons (To, Two, Too)
Texas A&M Writing Center (Affect vs. Effect)
Texas A&M Writing Center
Contractions & Homonyms:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Degrees of Comparison for Adjectives:
Texas A&M Writing Center
ESL Countable & Uncountable Nouns:
Online English Video Lessons
Hyphens & Dashes:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Misplaced & Dangling Modifiers:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Passive & Active Voice:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Prepositions:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Pronouns:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Punctuating Coordinating & Subordinating Sentences:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Punctuating Restrictive & Non-Restrictive Modifiers:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Quotation Marks:
Grammar Girl
Texas A&M Writing Center: Dialogue
YouRepeat (funny, silly)
Semicolons:
Texas A&M Writing Center
YouRepeat (funny, silly)
Semicolons vs. Other Punctuation:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Simple, Compound, & Complex Sentences:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Special Cases in Subject-Verb Agreement:
Texas A&M Writing Center
Verbs:
Educator.com
Texas A&M Writing Center