gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Grammar Chaos: When to Use Between and Among

Jul 26, 2017

Don’t worry, you aren’t the only one who misuses between and among. It’s easy to confuse them because they mean very similar things. However, it’s also not impossible to get them right. Traditionally, when you use between, it means two separated things, usually on opposite ends. When yo...
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Grammar Chaos: What’s the Difference between Bring and Take?

Jul 19, 2017

  When do you bring something? When do you take something? We’re here to find out.   A lot of people, regardless of their mastery of the English language, slip up when it comes to using bring or take. In informal speech, bring and take are used interchangeably. Bring and take ha...
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Grammar Chaos: Going the Distance—How to Use Further and Farther

Jul 12, 2017

Go further or go farther? Which one is correct? Short answer: both of them. Read on to find out more. The real problem is that further and farther sound alike, are spelled almost alike, and are used almost alike. Both of them imply distance, but further is used metaphorically while farther is u...
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