Commonly misspelled English words - Created by Your Dictionary, a super user-friendly online dictionary and thesaurus, the chart lists words that are most commonly misused and misspelled. Drives me nuts.
Subjects and verbs must agree in number. This is the cornerstone rule that forms the background of the concept. The dog growls when he is angry. The dogs growl when they are angry. Don’t get confused by the words that come between the subject and verb
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Change Passive Voice to Active Voice. writing sentences in passive voice is discouraged b/c it can obscure the subject of the sentence & confuse the reader. It also usually creates a wordy and awkward sentence construction.
Today we’re going to get a bit negative by looking at the various times you can use the word “nor.” “Nor” with “Neither” Everybody knows that “neither” and “nor” are bosom buddies. They require balance.