gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Grammar Chaos: Get the Job Done—What Makes an Emigrant Different from an Immigrant?

Mar 29, 2017

  The words emigrant and immigrant are one of the most interchangeable word pairs in the English language. Not only that, they tend to get misspelled a lot too.   Both words are nouns derived from the verbs emigrate and immigrate. Emigrate and Immigrate have close meanings. This is be...
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Grammar Chaos: Stationary Versus Stationery—An Error That Won’t Budge

Mar 15, 2017

Stationary and stationery. With only one letter differentiating a piece of paper from a state of stillness, how do you know which is which? Both writers and editors tend to mix up homonyms. When two words sound alike when spoken, there is a tendency of these words to be interchanged. There are ...
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Grammar Chaos: Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

Mar 08, 2017

No matter what anyone tells you and no matter how popular it becomes, the phrases “could of”, “would of”, and “should of” are never grammatically correct. The long versions of the contractions “could’ve”, “would’ve”, and “should’ve” are “could have”, “would hav...
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