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I am a Dietitian whose passion is reading books and being a grammar nerd. I am a feminist by heart and an environmentalist by soul. Give me a novel of Medieval times and you will win my heart.

Latest Entries: (457 total)

Destroy or Destruct

Destroy and destruct are synonyms to each other.Synonyms are the pair of words which have similar meanings to each other and may be used in each other’s place.Destroy as verb:In English language, destroy is used as a ve...

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Closer vs. Closure

Homophones are words in English language that are pronounced the same way but have different ...

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Aspiration vs. Inspiration

Aspiration and inspiration are two words that have little spelling difference but a huge diff...

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Into vs. In to

Although considered an easy and simple language, English language has its fair share of confu...

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Generalise vs. Generalize

There are some minor differences in spellings of the same world in different parts of the wor...

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To vs. Too

There are some pairs of words that are easily mixed up with one and another. One example of s...

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Poser vs. Poseur

There are some very confusing pairs of words in English language which have very different me...

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Instrumental Compounds

Among many other complex English grammar terms and elements, one is instrumental words or com...

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17 days ago

Impersonal Verbs

There are numerous forms of verbs and today I have decided to talk about impersonal verbs. The literal meani...

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Intensifier

An intensifier is an element of English grammar that intensifies the meaning of a single word or complete se...

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