gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Grammar Chaos: Learning Is Under Way (Underway?)—The Curious Case of the Compound Word with Two Forms

Jun 21, 2017

  There aren’t many cases of a compound word having two forms, but when that stuff happens, it gets really difficult. For example: is it underway or under way? Nobody seems to really know.   The word (or phrase) has long been the subject of conflict among grammarians, linguists,...
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Grammar Chaos: Grammar Adversary—Is It Advice or Is It Advise?

Jun 14, 2017

  If you still don’t know the difference between advise and advice, then we advise you to read on.   When writing, there’s a high likelihood that you will swap advice and advise because their spellings are very alike. It’s a different situation when you’re spea...
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Grammar Chaos: The Four Graduates of the English Language

Jun 07, 2017

We know what alumni is, but did you know that there’s more than one way to say it? Before we get down to the nitty-gritty, here are some reminders. English is a Romance language, which means it has origins in Latin. However, because of its sheer landmass and the diversity of the language’s s...
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