gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Grammar Chaos: Whodunit? Knowing Who from Whom

Aug 23, 2017

  Is it who, or is it whom? We often interchange these two without anyone noticing. How do we know which to use?   When who is used in a sentence, it replaces the subject of the sentence. Here are some examples: Who stole the cookie from the jar? Who baked those cookies? ...
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Grammar Chaos: A Premier Problem

Aug 16, 2017

Have you ever seen the premiere of a new movie, television show, play, or musical? How about a premier movie, television show, play, or musical? Did you notice the difference immediately, or did you have to read again to make sure you weren’t seeing double? They are two words separated by just...
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Grammar Chaos: Do the Raven—How to Remember the Difference between Affect and Effect

Aug 09, 2017

Choosing between two similar words can be daunting, especially when they’re similar in meaning. But with the right knowledge and a keen eye (and maybe a trick or two), you’ll be able to distinguish one from the other easily. Affect and effect sound way too alike. Despite this, the two of th...
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