gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Grammar Chaos: Mastering Modals—Knowing When to Use Must, Should, Have To, and Ought To

Apr 12, 2017

If you have a habit of interchanging must, should, and have to, then you ought to read on. Although the four abovementioned words/phrases are often harmlessly interchanged, there actually is a specific use for each one. In fact, many linguists, grammarians, professors, scholars, and general ent...
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Grammar Chaos: Dashing Dashes—Distinguishing the Differences

Apr 05, 2017

You’ve probably heard of the hyphen, the en dash, and the em dash, but do you know what they’re actually for? The dash is probably one of the most versatile and most underrated punctuation marks in the English language. Not only does it provide technical support in terms of connecting ideas...
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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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