Today at Writer’s Relief we’re going to reveal the hard facts about the pronoun Its and the contraction It’s. These two troublemakers are identical in sound and, except for that jaunty, devil-may-care apostrophe, very similar in appearance. But beware, writers: It’s...
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Use or Utilize?
Use or Utilize? Why say “utilize” if you can say “use”? Grammar and usage lesson offered by Writer’s Relief.
Odds And Ends: Toward Or Towards, Anyways, And We vs Us
Toward Or Towards, Anyways, We vs Us, grammar, usage, confusing words, help
Commonly Confused Words
Than or Then, Allude or Refer, Anxious or Eager, Negligent or Negligible, Breach or Breech, Retch or Wretch, Disapprove or Disprove, Enviable or Envious, Hoard or Horde, Lama or Llama
List Of Confusing Words And Homonyms
Ability or capacity? Adverse or averse? Bad or badly? Liable, libel, lible, or slander? If you love words, you’ll love this list of commonly confused words!
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