A person is thinking about how to use various parts of speech like nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and pronouns.

The Eight Parts of Speech | Types, Uses & Examples

  • calenderSep 21, 2023
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If grammar is not your forte, this article is for you. Learn the uses of the 8 parts of speech: Noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection in our brief guide.

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Your vs. You’re: When to Use Your and You’re

  • calenderSep 21, 2023
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Wondering whether to use “your” or “you’re”? Learn the meaning and difference between “your” vs. “you’re”! We’ve also given examples to help you understand their usage.

Two students are confused about how and when to use further and farther.

Farther vs. Further: What’s the Difference?

  • calenderSep 20, 2023
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Unable to decide whether to use “further” or “farther”? Your confusion ends here! Learn the difference between “further” and “farther” and how to use these words in sentences.

Three speakers represent the difference between their, there, and they’re: One points, another shows ownership, and the third thinks of a group of people.

Their vs. There vs. They’re: Meaning and Differences

  • calenderSep 12, 2023
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“There” and “their” are homophones: They sound alike but have different spellings and meanings. In this guide, you’ll learn the correct use of there vs. their with the help of charts and examples.

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Principal vs. Principle: Finance, School, & Other Uses

  • calenderSep 06, 2023
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Confused about whether to use “principal” or “principle”? Today, we’ll end all your confusion! Learn the difference between “principal” vs. “principle” and tips to use these words correctly.

Two speakers discuss when to use “toward” or “towards”: American English uses “toward” while British English uses “towards”.

Toward or Towards | Difference, Uses & Origins

  • calenderSep 06, 2023
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Should you use “towards” or “toward”? What’s the difference between the two and is one option better than the other? We will resolve all these questions and many more in this quick guide.

Two speakers discuss how to use then vs. than: The former shows time while the latter shows comparison.

Then vs. Than: How to Use Each in a Sentence

  • calenderSep 05, 2023
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“Then” vs. “than” are two homophones that are often mixed up with each other. If you want to learn how these words are used, what they stand for as well as the difference between “then” and “than”.

Students discuss the correct usage of who vs. whom in spoken as well as written English.

Who vs. Whom: When to Use Which [& Why It’s Important]

  • calenderAug 21, 2023
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The words who and whom are some of the most misused words in English. However, the correct use of who and whom is crucial in formal writing. Learn how to correctly use these two words!

Two people are confused when to use "its" or "it’s" in a sentence.

Its vs. It’s: When to Use Its and It’s in a Sentence

  • calenderAug 11, 2023
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Have you wrongly used the words “its” and “it’s”? Don’t worry, we’ll end your “its” vs. “it’s” confusion! “Its” is used to show ownership and “it’s” is the short form of “it has” or “it is.”

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