As an ESL speaker who has mastered the language, I know first-hand the trickiest areas of the language. My guide simplifies complicated and confusing grammar concepts for ELL and ESL speakers. Writing well is hard, even for people who do it all the time. It is even harder for ELL and ESL speakers, because certain areas of English grammar can be extremely confusing, especially for someone coming from a different language. A Complete Grammar Guide for ELL and ESL Writers is a fantastic find for anyone just beginning to learn the language and for those who have already begun and would like an easy, go-to reference for day-to-day writing and speaking. Author Benjamin Ngwudike covers everything from progressive verbs to commonly misused words to idioms in very easy-to-understand examples like this one: Past progressive tense describes an action that was happening when another action occurred. It is formed by using was or were with the verb ending in -ing. Examples: The vice president was emphasizing the importance of voting for their ticket when the rioting started in the hall. We were eating dinner when our visitor arrived.