Irregular Plural Nouns—Learn Patterns to Help You Remember the Tricky OnesIrregular plural nouns are nouns that do not become plural by adding -s or -es, as most nouns in the English language do....June 29, 2017
Apart or A Part? Learn Their Meanings and Their Correct UseA part and apart are often confused, especially by non-native speakers of English. Apart is mostly used as an adverb, denoting a...June 29, 2017
All of a Sudden or All of the Sudden—Which is Correct?All of a sudden is an idiom that is a more poetic way of saying “suddenly.” A common mistake to make, especially for English...June 29, 2017
Active vs. Passive Voice—What Are They and How Do I Use Them?Active voice means that a sentence has a subject that acts upon its verb. Passive voice means that a subject is a recipient of a...June 29, 2017
Persons vs. People vs. Peoples—What’s the Difference?Most of the time, people is the correct word to choose as a plural for person. Persons is archaic, and it is safe to avoid using...June 29, 2017
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