Does everyone who is from The Bronx say “Da Bronx”?
The Grammar Diva Blog - Bites of Grammar and Such
So, you don’t like beginning a sentence with so? So is a conjunction . . .
Canada has two official languages. About 21 percent of the population speak French as their first language. About 17 percent of Canadians are bilingual in English and French.
The uses of “I” instead of “me,” “me” instead of “I ,”and “myself” instead of “me” are a few of the most common mistakes made in both written and spoken English.
You probably make a distinction between the phrases “wait on” and “wait for.” Usually, we think of “waiting on” as something to do with service: It took a while for the waiter to come over and wait on us. We waited for him for at least fifteen minutes. Yet sometimes this distinction is not made, […]