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Inferred vs Implied

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Inferred vs Implied

We use the verbs infer and imply to describe how the meaning of someone’s words...

Grammar Tips: Possessive Plural Nouns

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Grammar Tips: Possessive Plural Nouns

This post looks at possessive plural nouns. Let’s do a quick recap on nouns and...

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Loose or Lose? | Spelling Tips

The question of whether to use loose or lose is common because we often confuse...

Spelling Tips: Dreamt vs. Dreamed

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Spelling Tips: Dreamt vs. Dreamed

Dreamt and dreamed can both be the past tense of the verb dream. Generally, both...

Aid vs. Aide | Spelling Tips

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Aid vs. Aide | Spelling Tips

Aid and aide are both words that we use when we write about help. But...

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Toward or Towards | Spelling Tips

English spelling can sometimes vary depending on the country using English as its main language....

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Noone or No One | Spelling Tips

It can be difficult sometimes to determine if a specific term or phrase is one...

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Alright or All Right? | Spelling Tips

Are you feeling all right . . . or are you feeling alright? And is...

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Spelt or Spelled?

English spellings are nearly always the same wherever English is the first language, but there...

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Spelling Tips: Fourty Versus Forty

Have you ever tried to spell out the number 40 and found yourself going back...

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Cancelation vs. Cancellation

Cancelation or cancellation depends on which dialect of English you’re using. If you’re writing in...

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Punctuation Tips: When to Capitalize After a Semicolon

Semicolons can be tricky for most writers due to their seemingly confusing uses. Unsurprisingly, many...

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