gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Grammar Chaos: Depending on Your Discretion—Knowing “Discreet” from “Discrete”

May 24, 2017

Many English-language speakers has fallen prey to one of its many flaws—homophones. Homophones are pairs of words that sound completely alike yet are spelled differently and have different meanings. The words discrete and discreet are only one pair out of hundreds in the language. So what’s...
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Grammar Chaos: Don’t Lo(o)se It—The Difference between Lose and Loose

May 17, 2017

There are hundreds of homophone pairs in the English language, but one pair that seems to confuse everyone is loose and lose. If you’re one of the people who still swap the two, you’re in luck. We’re going to change that right here and right now. Before we get into the nitty-gritty, here ...
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Grammar Chaos: Confusing Conjunctions—Knowing the Difference between Since and Because

May 10, 2017

Since and because seem like fairly easy words, but we still tend to mix them up. Let’s review the sample sentences below.   We had dinner since he brought pizza.   We had dinner because he brought pizza. At first glance, both sentences seem correct, but grammatically, the ...
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