Grammar ARTICLES

What Is a Comma Splice?

Nov 28, 2018 in Grammar

In today’s world of texting and internet messaging, it’s easy to sacrifice quality writing and proper grammar for speed. As long as the person reading…

disinterested vs. uninterested

I Am Uninterested in Your Disinterest: Uninterested vs. Disinterested

Nov 23, 2018 in Grammar

Uninterested and disinterested are often used interchangeably, and yet they have two very distinct meanings. Pretty interesting, right? Or perhaps you’re uninterested in the uninterested…

What is a noun?

What Is a Noun?

Nov 15, 2018 in Grammar

If you’re asking yourself, “What is a noun?,” you’re wrestling with one of the fundamentals of grammar. A noun is arguably the most essential part…

eminent vs. imminent

Knowledge Bomb Imminent: Eminent vs. Imminent

Nov 08, 2018 in Grammar

Prepare for your brain to grow…the arrival of new grammar knowledge is now imminent! As is the case with many words that sound similar, it…

run-on sentence

What Is a Run-On Sentence?

Oct 25, 2018 in Grammar

Few grammatical blunders are as irritating as the run-on sentence. In fact, they can be downright hazardous to your health if you’re reading aloud. Unless…

metaphors and similes

Metaphors and Similes

Oct 17, 2018 in Grammar

There is such power in language—it shapes our ideas and reflects them. It can inspire or infuriate, heal or damage, inform or confuse. And it…

commas and conjunctions

Commas and Conjunctions

Oct 10, 2018 in Grammar

No one wants to think too hard about comma use, but then you’re faced with a research paper or you have to write a company…

collaboration vs. cooperation

Collaboration vs. Cooperation: Work with Me Here, Will You?

Oct 05, 2018 in Grammar

In the business world, the words “collaboration” and “cooperation” are commonly used interchangeably, without regard to their unique meanings. Look at any job description, and…

less vs. fewer

Less vs. Fewer: Fewer Grammar Rules Are Understood Less

Sep 27, 2018 in Grammar

You’re self-checking groceries in the supermarket express lane when, without warning, the English teacher behind you in line yells “Fewer!” You check your cart and…

than vs. then

Than vs. Then: It’s Easier Than You Think

Sep 06, 2018 in Grammar

What a difference one letter can make. Than and then look and sound almost exactly the same, so it’s easy to get them confused. However,…

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