Grammar and Spelling Tips



If you've ever wondered what a
double-negative really is, if you've never understood the difference between ambiguous and ambivalent, then find the answers below in our list of:



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Commonly confused words:



  • A Few Pairs of Commonly Confused Words.



  • Useful grammar tips:


  • Apostrophes
  • Dangling Participles
  • As and like
  • Commas
  • He or She or They
  • Less or Fewer
  • Haves and Have-Nots
  • Double Negatives
  • Lying and Laying
  • I or me
  • Might or May
  • Which or That
  • Possessives
  • Equally
  • Contractions
  • This or These
  • Sounds Like
  • Adverbs
  • Paired Words
  • Top 10 BLUNDERS in Written English




  • Sound spelling tips:

  • Groups of Consonants
  • Sitting and Standing
  • Comparatives and Superlatives
  • Who or Whom
  • Verbs and Subjects
  • Derivatives
  • Double Consonants
  • Forming Plurals
  • I before E
  • Silent Letters
  • Unstressed Syllable
  • Verb Inflections
  • Word Endings



  • Enough
  • For and Since
  • Number of
  • Highly
  • Order of Adjectives
  • Prepositions AT & IN in Manner, Place & Time
  • When do we use rather in English?
  • Relative Clauses - Part 1
  • Relative Clauses - Part 2
  • The Chameleon Character of Like
  • The Duality Principle in English Grammar
  • The Grey Line between adjectives & past participles
  • The Grey Line between adjectives & passives
  • The Use of BY + Agent in the Passive Voice
  • The Use of By & Until
  • To To (or) not To To
  • To Be or not to Be
  • Using Wish in English
  • English Conditionals : An Introduction
  • English Conditionals : Zero Conditional
  • English Conditionals : First Conditional
  • English Conditionals : Second Conditional
  • English Conditionals : Third Conditional
  • Dangling Modifiers
  • Descriptive and Prescriptive Grammar
  • Whether and If
  • While and During
  • Using Shall in British English
  • Types of Sentences
  • Word Partnerships & Collocations
  • Beside and Besides
  • Adjectives that look like Adverbs
  • Agreeing and Disagreeing- So do I, Neither do I, etc
  • All and Whole often have the same meaning, but...
  • Sentences with All The Alphabets


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