If you’re currently in the process of learning English, and you’re struggling to get to grips with our grammar, don’t take it to heart. A huge number of native English speakers make frequent English slip-ups that bring on the wrath of the UK’s army of grammar pedants, and ..
Words that sound alike or look alike often confuse students, especially those using spell checkers. This lengthy list of commonly confused words with simple definitions will help you decide which spelling fits your sentence. a lot: a quantity; many of something allot: to divide or portion out&..
Words that sound alike or look alike (moral/morale) often confuse students, especially those using spell checkers. This lengthy list of commonly confused words with simple definitions will help you decide which spelling fits your sentence: accept: to receive except: with the exclusio..
Using the wrong its/it’s. Hint: Say the sentence out loud, substituting it is for its. Does the sentence make sense? If not, no apostrophe is needed. Misusing commas. Use commas for lists and for clarity in longer sentences. If in doubt, leave the comma out. Reading your ..
Dear students, can you spot the grammatical errors? Find the errors and reconstruct the sentences again using the correct grammar. Why don’t call me? Me is waiting. Where you go? I’m coming visit to my grandmother. Who is called? I hope we talk on phone today. I want ..