gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Strengthening the Case of Separating Collaborate and Corroborate

May 05, 2021

Have you ever wanted to work with someone and when you’re about to formulate your sentence, you pulled the fanciest word that popped up in your head and said, “I want to corroborate with you.” Believe it or not, some of us have done that. Sometimes, it happens in those big speeches we make ...
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Shedding a Light on “Alright” and “All Right”

Apr 28, 2021

Is it right to say “alright” or “all right”? All that rhyming aside, we’re here to help you out with that! You may have heard this term countless times in songs, movies, or even everyday conversation. It’s even made famous by Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey, whose accent people ...
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Is It Renounce or Denounce?

Apr 14, 2021

The English language can sometimes be so specific that multiple words have similar meanings and their differences are so little that it’s easy to mess up their usage. Denounce and renounce are good examples. Both words mean to give up or relinquish. Because they look so similar and have similar...
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