gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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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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Grammar Chaos: Unnecessary Ex-“as per”-ation

May 03, 2017

  Although language evolves, sometimes it devolves. This means we tend to go back into the past and bring back something that is ancient or has long been defunct.   Notice how many “formal” emails contain the phrase as per. I'm sure you’ve seen the following phra...
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Grammar Chaos: Credit Where It’s Due—Discussing the Vocative Case

Apr 26, 2017

Reader, I bet I can tell you about something in English that you haven't thought about until now. We’re all familiar about the subject and the predicate. We know what verbs, adjectives, and adverbs do, but I bet, dear reader, that you haven’t thought about this one thing about sentences unt...
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