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.
The Grammar Diva Blog - Bites of Grammar and Such
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!
This past weekend hundreds of writers gathered at the Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco to hear presenters, network with colleagues, make new friends and business connections, and buy books. All you writers and editors: Get thee to a conference. Get inspired!
Phobia is a common suffix in the English language. You might be very surprised at how many phobias there are — and how unusual some of them are!
Have you ever wondered whether you should use already or all ready? How about alright or all right?