Did you know that there are six types of pronouns? And that pronouns are probably the most confusing part of speech? For some tips on using pronouns correctly, read on….
September 24th is National Punctuation Day! To celebrate, read this summary of common punctuation marks, AND….then find out about unusual marks such as the interrobang!
There is a difference between “like” and “as” (or “as if” and “as though”). What is the difference, and when should you use “like” as opposed to “as”? Read on…
Placing prepositional phrases in the correct place in your sentences is important for clear writing. Find out about correct placement of your phrases in this post.
The word “only” (and “almost”) can be placed in many different parts of a sentence, completely changing the meaning. Can you find the common mistake in the placement of “only”?