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Grammer vs. Grammar

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  Angbeen Chaudhary  —  Grammar Tips
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In the English language, numerous words have sometimes multiple spellings while their meaning remains the same. However, that is not the case for grammar and grammer respectively as they cannot be used as synonyms of each other.

With the help of this article, I will illustrate the difference between the two words, highlighting their contextual meanings. At end, I would explain a useful trick to help you utilize them accurately in your writing instantly.


Grammer vs. Grammar


When to Use Grammar:

Grammar is referred to as the methods and rules that are to be followed for the accurate structuring of any language.

Examples:

Allison made many grammatical mistakes in her essay.

I lost my grammar book yesterday at school. 

Students in grade 7 can easily make grammatically complex sentences.


When to Use Grammer:

Grammer is a proper noun. It is not to be used in any other context.


Guinevere Grammer is a highly professional artist. 

Miss Grammer you are under arrest for conspiring against the government.


Grammar and grammer are entirely different things with different meanings and they cannot be used in place of each other as synonyms as that would be considered wrong. Remember, that grammar and language both have the alphabet ‘a’ in them twice and so, grammar is used to refer to language structuring.

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  • saima_a
    Thank you lol Indians Raj whatever u have be a British to tell the difference between grammar and grammer
    LikeReplyReport 11 month ago
  • Haemant Kr Sethi
    Thanks ! My cofusion is cleared.
    LikeReplyReport 22 years ago
  • Jim Boerner
    "It had already been established that dogs respond better to......" is a run-on sentence at best, but more than that it's a nonsensical one. Perhaps if the writer had used the word "who" after the comma and before the words "are able". The 100 or so words written above could just as effectively been boiled down to: "Grammar is having to do with writing and words. Grammer is use only used as someone's name." 
    LikeReplyReport 12 years ago

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