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Category Archives: Grammar and Usage

Homana-What? Homographs, Heteronyms, And Homonyms Decoded | Writer’s Relief

The English language can be tricky to navigate, but as a true-blue grammar geek, you’re probably an expert at correctly using to, too, and two—and you’d never make the rookie mistake of using it’s when you mean its. But just when you’re feeling pretty good about your grammar chops, along come homographs, heteronyms, and homonyms…and… Continue Reading

How Not To Confuse These Commonly Confused Words

English is a notoriously complex language that’s constantly evolving—and constantly driving us all crazy. Like prank-playing “almost identical” twins, some pairs of words are easily confused by even the most erudite grammar gurus among us. Fortunately, there are ways to tell these linguistic tricksters apart: Fewer or Less? Many people assume these two terms are… Continue Reading






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