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.
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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”?
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Do you dangle your participles? Don’t know? Read this post to find out all about participles and participial phrases and how to avoid dangling them!
Learn how to write possessives of both pronouns and nouns, including nouns ending in -s and -es, singulars and plurals.