“More Friendly” Or “Friendlier”? Here’s The Correct Version (+10 Examples)

We all like it when people are friendly to us. But what do you call it when one person shows more friendliness than someone else? Would that person be described as “more friendly” or “friendlier”? Today, we’ll look at the differences between being more friendly and being friendlier, whether or not the rules always stay …

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“Leave It As It Is” Or “Leave It As Is”? Here’s The Correct Version

The weird thing about English is how one little word can change the meaning of a phrase. Sometimes, it can change the phrase so it has a completely new meaning. But at other times, it just changes it so that the meaning is ever so slightly different. Today, I want to look at the subtle …

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Requester or Requestor? Difference Explained (10+ Examples)

Today, I want to look at the two words “requester” and “requestor”. They look so similar, you’d be forgiven for simply thinking that one of them was wrong. But today, we’ll explain what the difference is, where they come from and what the difference between “er” or “or” is. What Is The Difference Between Requester …

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Is “Agreeance” A Proper Word In English? (Meaning, Origin & Usage)

Some people have this idea that learning new English words is only done by foreigners, small children, and people who are new to the language. But, there are so many words in English, you could probably learn a new one every day, and still not even know half of them. One such word is “agreeance”. …

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Li’l or Lil’ or ‘Lil? Here’s The Correct Short Form For “Little” (10+ Examples)

For one reason or another, we love to shorten words down. Particularly in non-formal situations. Gasoline becomes gas. Tomato Ketchup becomes Tommy K. And one word that we often like to make shorter is “Little”. Many people like to change “little” into “lil”. Or should that be “lil’” or even “li’l”? Today, we’ll look at …

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Log In To vs. Log Into vs. Login To – Here’s The Correct Version

When you put in your username and password, people will often refer to this as “logging in”. But when you’re giving someone else instructions about logging in, what is the correct term to use? Today, we’ll look at three contenders: log in to, log into, and login to. We’ll also look at some of the …

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What Does “Via Email” Mean? Full Answer With 10+ Examples!

Have you ever spoken to someone, and they’ve asked for a document, website or information? Sometimes, during these kinds of conversations, they might ask for something “via email”. Today, I want to look at what this phrase means, who might say it, and how to pronounce “via”. By the end of this article, you’ll never …

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What Does “Compose Email” Mean? (Step-By-Step Guide With Examples)

In your emails, have you ever wondered what that little button that says “compose email” means? Today, we’ll look at everything you need to know about “compose email”. What Does “Compose Email” Mean? “Compose email” means to write a new email. Unlike “reply”, when you click “compose” email, you are not continuing a thread, but …

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