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Grammar Chaos: Finding Direction—How to Use Come and Go

Jul 05, 2017

Come and go seem like easy-enough verbs to understand, but despite how well you think you know the English language, they can still be confusing. This is because come and go both express the same type of action: movement. The difference is in the direction. Here are some sentences that may shed...
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Grammar Chaos: Not Letting Things Lie—What’s the Difference between Lay and Lie?

Jun 28, 2017

  For over seven hundred years, many English language speakers have been confused by just at least one pair of words: lie and lay. Not only do these words sound alike, but they also mean similar things. If you still make mistakes when using these two, don’t worry. You’re definite...
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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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