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Commonly Confused Words

Commonly Confused Words [tab name=”Week 1″] Week 1 your / you’re Stationary/ Stationery whether, weather, and wether whether / if who / whom will /shall censor/ censor / censure accept / except affect / effect advise / advice Terminology you’re – short for you are.               Example:  Your a beautiful woman. your – Your shows Continue Reading...

They’re, Their & There

Brainpop They’re, Their and There  (01:43) – Video Learn to use “they’re,” “there,” and “their” correctly in your writing. Quiz | Activity | FYI | Time Line | Q&A    WORKSHEETS Worksheet Works There, Their, They’re Worksheet Generator   LEARN  MORE ABOUT OTHER COMMON MISUSED WORDS (405) Page Views...

More, Most

2-syllable adjectives: use more with the unchanged adjective The shops are always more crowded just before Christmas. Is there anything more boring than reading about grammar? My sister is more careful with her writing than I am with mine. Note: The comparative of some shorter 2-syllable adjectives can be formed with -er. Examples: simple-simpler, clever-cleverer, Continue Reading...

Good, Well

Worksheet Works Good & Well Worksheet Generator LEARN  MORE ABOUT OTHER COMMON MISUSED WORDS (1251) Page Views...

Much, Many

Worksheet Works Much & Many Worksheet Generator LEARN  MORE ABOUT OTHER COMMON MISUSED WORDS (558) Page Views...