Here is a grammar quiz to start the new year. After you finish, scroll way down to see the answers. For more detailed explanations of the answers, stay tuned for next week’s post. Here we go
The Grammar Diva Blog - Bites of Grammar and Such
Although New Year’s resolutions are most common in the Western Hemisphere, they are found all over the word. We all know what they are: a promise to ourselves to do some type of self-improvement.
In the spirit of the holiday season, I thought you might like to know where some of the common holiday words come from. Here are the etymologies (origins) of some common holiday words:
Lay and lie are two of the most confusing verbs in the language. Hopefully, after reading this blog post, you will finally be confident of the difference.
Sometimes, sometime, and some time may look very similar, but each has a different meaning.