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Grey or Gray

Grey or Gray That Is the Question

Whether you prefer to use grey or gray is less a question of grammar than what it is appropriate for the content you’re writing. Both spellings are correct. The meanings of the two words are identical despite rumblings to the contrary. They both have the same etymology. However, there are some striking differences between the... Read The Rest Of The Experience Here......


Forty or Fourty

Forty or Fourty? Which Is Right?

If you’ve made the mistake of writing fourty for forty, join the club. It’s a common error especially since it goes against your intuition of what is the correct spelling. After all, fourteen and fourth have a ‘U,’ so why wouldn’t forty have one too? Your instincts are not far off the course. It’s just... Read The Rest Of The Experience Here......


Everyday vs Every Day

When Is It Everyday vs Every Day?

This grammar pitfall is similar to other word pairs that involves single and compound words such as anyway/any way. Despite the fact that they sound the same, the meanings and the parts of speech are different. That fact alone can provide the best way to use everyday vs every day correctly.At a Glance Everyday means... Read The Rest Of The Experience Here......


Essential and Nonessential Clauses

How to Identify Essential and Nonessential Clauses

Clauses are the foundation of writing. Without them, you’d only have a jumble of words with no clear meaning. Therefore, it makes sense to understand what they are as well as the types. Discussing clauses is also the perfect time to address another grammar issue that goes hand in hand with them, the use of... Read The Rest Of The Experience Here......


Comma Before Such As

Should You Use a Comma Before Such As?

Commas often present difficulties for some because of all the rules you need to remember. The correct use of a comma before such as is easy if you know how to recognize a nonessential clause.At a Glance She read many classics, such as “Our Mutual Friend” and “Moby Dick.” [CORRECT] He planned his vacation so... Read The Rest Of The Experience Here......


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