There are some words that can be used as one word or two — and it does make a difference which you choose. These words include everyone (every one), anyone (any one), sometimes (some time or some times), and into, our culprit for today. I talk about these words in Correct Me If I’m […]
March 4 is National Grammar Day! Here are some ways to celebrate and some links you might enjoy!
Are “anyone” and “any one” interchangeable? No, they aren’t, and here are the correct usages for each.
Many people have just given up trying to figure out when to use “who” and when to use “whom.” It really isn’t very difficult if you use this simple method.
Adverbs seem to be disappearing — at least the ones ending in -ly. People are using adjectives instead of adverbs to shorten the word….but don’t you!