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Comparative and Superlative forms of Adjectives and Adverbs

The English language uses adjectives and adverbs in a sentence to describe the quality of a noun or a verb. ...

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Appositive

Did you just recently hear about appositives and now desperately want to know what they are and how they fun...

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Article

You would have come across the simple word article many times while reading and speaking English and would p...

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Antecedent

English seems a pretty simple language at one glance but when you go deeper into it you will realize that th...

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Auxiliary Verb

Verbs are one of the first parts of speech a child learns about in high school. They are the main building b...

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Collective Noun

Noun is the main part of a sentence and one of the most important pillars of English grammar. Noun is the na...

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Grammatical Case

The word case has a lot of meanings in English language like an occurrence of a specific situation, instance...

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Difference between Clause and Phrase

A sentence in English language can divided into various parts. Each par...

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Conditional Sentences

If you are paving your path to learn better English or trying to improve your grammar you must have come acr...

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Adjective vs. Adverb

We all learned about the different parts of speech in high school and most of us can easily d...

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On Board vs. Onboard

When you are safely aboard a vessel, like a cruise ship, are you onboard or on board? What about when you ag...

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1 year ago

Oneself vs. One’s Self

Pronouns are complicated, but, for as complicated as they are, the English language doesn’t even have a full...

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On Accident vs. By Accident

Adverbs are useful, but too many of them can clutter up your writing and make it a chore to read. Sometimes,...

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Online vs. On-Line

In today’s connected culture, few words are as relevant to daily life as online. A connection to the Interne...

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Onto vs. On to

It can be tough sometimes to remember the difference between onto and on to. They look almost the same writt...

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Translucent vs. Opaque

If you can see through something, is it opaque, translucent, or transparent? Two of these words might fit, d...

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Older vs. Elder

If you were looking for a word to describe someone who is more advanced in age than someone else, what word ...

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Offense vs. Offence

The words offence and offense can be confusing for those not sure of their differences, and not knowing whic...

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Octopi vs. Octopuses

English borrows many words from other languages. These words are called “loanwords.” Most are from Latin, Fr...

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Obtain vs. Attain

Attain and obtain are two different words that are often confused with each other by writers but both have t...

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Oftentimes vs. Often Times

Something that happens frequently could also be said to happen often. Could we also say that it happens ofte...

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Amount vs. Number

Some nouns can be counted individually. A person could count the crayons in a box, the eggs in a carton, or ...

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Obligated vs. Obliged

Sometimes verbs have meanings that are very similar, but they different enough to maintain separate usage ca...

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Subjective vs. Objective

In today’s climate of widespread, often heated disagreement, the ability to successfully distinguish facts f...

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Non-Profit vs. Not For Profit

Most businesses are run in such a way as to increase revenue so that stakeholders can benefit from the profi...

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