Soulwriter
Joined: Apr 2021

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Soulwriter   Junior Editor

Charlotte is a born teacher, lifelong learner and lover of all things literary. She considers herself an amateur poet and believes that all should have the chance to compose... whether it be art, music, or poetry!

Latest Entries: (19 total)

Deal vs. Dealer

Deal vs. Dealer ...

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Dear vs. Deer

Dear vs. Deer ...

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Delegate vs. Delegation

Delegate vs. Delegation ...

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Dental vs. Dentist

Dental vs. Dentist ...

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Fair vs. Fare #2

Are these two words similar to the "mold vs. mould" scenario?  The same definition spelled differently in UK and US English...

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In vs. Inn

So in order to give you a better idea of how common "in" is and how often it is used with multiple and distinct meanings in Engl...

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Miss vs. Missing

Miss vs. Missing ...

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Mold vs. Mole

Even though "mold" and "mole" may look almost identically for the simple reason of coincidence, they refer to completely differe...

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Odd vs. Odds

Odd vs. Odds ...

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Of vs. Off

It may be confusing and hard to know when to use "of" and when to use "off" in your writing. Frankly speaking, there is actually...

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Latest Comments: 275 total

Poetry.com
:( Feel your pain

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Poetry.com
Really great!

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Poetry.com
HI Anisa, welcome to the site! If you scroll to the end of the poem you can read information including: date poem was written, date poem was submitted to the site, how long it takes to read the poem and also the number of views. It can take a while for your poems to get noticed - one way of getting out there is to promote your poem. It then gets featured on our homepage in the promoted poems section and you can enjoy your views rise there ;) 

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Poetry.com
Excellent.

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Poetry.com
Thank you for sharing your work with us Ariel

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Poetry.com
Great to have you here! Age is just a number ;)

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Poetry.com
This is beautiful and lends a chance to reflect on what one has, and has lost. Thank you for sharing!

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Quotes.net
Love your stuff!

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Poetry.com
I agree with Sherrie, you write in a touching way and it's not hard to feel the emotion behind the words. Thank you for sharing!

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Poetry.com
Beautiful

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Grammar.com
I believe I understand your query . Yes, the verb 'be' is indeed unique in it's lone classification.

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Poetry.com
Wow. Intense. :( The world is complex.

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Grammar.com
Yes, as the two titles are a 'mini' list of qualifications, a comma is the correct way to go. We're adding an article specifically addressing commas following titles, shortly.

10 days ago

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Grammar.com
By way of an answer, the author wishes to convey that the sentence, 'My friend John, who is a better painter than me, can do the walls for your home.' with the clause, 'who is a better painter than me,' can be grammatically accurate both with and without the commas. Having said this, using commas before and after the clause, 'who is a better painter than me,' makes the sentence read, and sound, better. Let's call the, 'highly recommended', rather than essential. :) Hope this helps! Have a great day ahead! 

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Grammar.com
Thanks for your well-phrased and thoughtful question! I believe the words 'essential/non essential' are the cause for confusion and we'll edit the article accordingly.

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