Found 9 articles starting with Y:

yacht - correct spelling

noun and verbExample: His yacht cost a fortune. nounExample: He likes to ...

yet

Don’t hesitate to start a sentence with Yet. It’s a coordinating conjunction, and great writers have been starting sentences with conjunctions for hund...

yield - correct spelling

verb and nounExample: This action will yield positive results. verbExample: He sought a hig...

Yoke vs. Yolk

English contains many words that sound the same but have different meanings. These words are called homophones. While yoke an...

you're - correct spelling

contractionNote: Far too many people use your when they mean you’re, the contraction for you are. For a discussion, read Grammar.com’s section on Common Grammatical Mistak...

you're, your

Note: We thoroughly discuss the differences between these words in the Common Grammatical Mistakes section of Grammar.com. Click here for the beginning ...

young - correct spelling

adjective and nounExample: The young man asked her out for a date. adjectiveExample: ...

your - correct spelling

possessive pronounNote: Far too many people use your when they mean you’re, the contraction for you are. For a discussion, read Grammar.com’s section on Common Gramma...

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