Grammar

Comma Before “Along With”? (Helpful Examples)

The use of punctuation in the English language is very important. When used improperly, punctuation can change the entire context of a sentence, presenting a completely different message. So it’s important to know whether or not a comma is needed before saying “along with.” In this post, we’ll be discussing exactly that. Comma Before “Along …

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Haven’t vs. Didn’t – What’s the Difference?

Some words in the English language, like the words “haven’t” and “didn’t”, are so similar that they are often used interchangeably. This article explores the differences between these two and will hopefully clear up any confusion you may have. Haven’t vs. Didn’t – What’s the Difference? “Haven’t” is used for activities that one has not …

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Body’s or Bodies? (Correct Possessive Form)

The possessive form of singular and plural nouns can be tricky, especially when those nouns end with a “y.” This article will explore how to use the correct possessive forms of “body” and “bodies.” Body’s or Bodies: Which Is the Correct Possessive Form? “Body’s” is the correct singular possessive form of “body.” It means that …

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Two-third or Two-thirds? (+Hyphen Rule)

You can use “two-thirds” in all kinds of contexts when talking about fractions or parts of something. However, knowing how to write “two-thirds” can be tricky. You might have seen both “two-third” and “two-thirds.” This article will explore the correct form to use. Two-third or Two-thirds? “Two-thirds” should always be written with an “s” at …

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Newfound or New-Found or New Found? (UK vs. US)

Figuring out how to correctly hyphenate, close, or open an adjective can be tricky. You need to know some rules for hyphenating a compound word correctly. Luckily, this article will help you understand how to spell “newfound” in your writing. Newfound or New-Found or New Found? “Newfound” and “new-found” are both appropriate spelling variations of …

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