Updated 7/9/19 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,...
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Three Common Grammar Mistakes: “a lot” or “alot”; abbreviating “versus”; and when “nor” is appropriate on its own
Are sticky grammar questions plaguing you? Let Writer’s Relief give you the down and dirty on some common grammar mistakes: Do you write a lot or alot? Do you write “Sam ate a lot for breakfast” or “Sam ate alot for breakfast”? Does it matter? Yes. Writing “alot”...
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