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Grammar

Homophones like to, too and two often present problems for writers, making it easy to choose the wrong one. The number, two, probably presents few issues since...

Grammar

Misuse of these three words is another one of those mistakes that draws a red flag. The three couldn’t be more different in their meanings and uses...

Grammar

There is probably no grammar subject that stirs emotions quite like the Oxford comma. How many punctuation marks are the subject of a $10 million lawsuit? Recently...

Grammar

Whether you use nevermind or never mind depends on your type of writing and intended audience. Technically, both forms are correct. However, their meanings vary enough that...

Grammar

These two words have probably caused more confusion than any other source of grammar errors. And it’s easy to see why. Both have similar meanings—and many of...

Grammar

There was a time when the place you’d most likely hear either expression was the British Parliament or the Parliament of the United Kingdom, as it’s more...

Content Marketing

Time and time again, marketers trot out the same tired phrase: Content is king. “If you create amazing content, you’ll win in the long run.” Absolute nonsense....

Grammar

Whether you prefer to use grey or gray is less a question of grammar than what it is appropriate for the content you’re writing. Both spellings are...

Grammar

If you’ve made the mistake of writing fourty for forty, join the club. It’s a common error especially since it goes against your intuition of what is...

Grammar

This grammar pitfall is similar to other word pairs that involves single and compound words such as anyway/any way. Despite the fact that they sound the same,...