I’ve noticed a lot of grammar abnormalities lately regarding the verb: “to cry”. Due to the large amount of poetic […]
“Off” can represent a status of a electronic device, or a different location for “someone” or “something”. Examples: Turn off […]
“Affect” is a verb and it can be used when you talk about an action with consequences. Example: Running will […]
The two correct words out of this list are: “always” and “all ways”. “Allways” is just a common mistake. However, […]
There are a lot of ongoing arguments regarding this word. However, according to most academic references, the correct usage for […]
Both forms are correct, but their meaning is different. Three is the number 3. Example: I want to buy three […]
Te correct form of the word is “alone“. Example: Try not to destroy anything when you are alone.
Both of these two words are correct, but their meaning is different: “for” is a coordinating conjunction: “I will do […]
“Untill” or “until”: The correct form is “until”. Example: You can stay in your room until you decide. “Till” or […]
The correct form is “taught“. Example: “She taught me how to be a better student”.
Both forms are correct, but the meaning is different. “Taught” is the past tense and past participle of “to teach”. […]
Both forms are correct. Example: “I received these fliers/flyers as I was coming home from work”
The correct form is “to receive”. Example: “I stopped receiving data on the 25th of February”.
The correct usage of the word is “believe“. Example: I believe in world peace.
The correct usage is “a headache” because the word “headache” starts with a consonant. Example: Martha is crying because of a headache.