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Verbs often confused [infographic]

  • January 6, 2014
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Many confusing verbs share similar uses with specific duties. Several pairs are explained with a handy infographic for visual assistance. [Infographic provided by Grammar.net] Click here to download high resolution poster. Make or Do Make: used when a physical object, an action/reaction or a sound/speech is created. It can also refer to food. “My dad…

Troublesome words: affect vs. effect [infographic]

  • March 4, 2013
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Many words that sound the same have completely different meanings, and some words that sound the same have different spellings. [Infographic provided by Grammar.net] To download high-resolution poster click here English, the Crazy Quilt Language Before supermarkets, quilted blankets were made at home. When a quilter was low on materials, she would use whatever stray…

Winners of Best Grammar Blog of 2011

  • October 22, 2011
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  Dear Grammar.net Readers, The contest for the Best Grammar Blog of 2011 ended and we are happy to announce the winners: 1st place: A Clil To Climb  – 3,374 votes 2nd place: Grammar Girl  – 2,673 votes 3rd place: Arrant Pedantry  – 2,209 votes The winners receive their well-deserved prizes: – $250, $150 and $100 Amazon Gift…

Grammar checker for everyone

  • February 23, 2011
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Everyone has spell check software, but can theirs check your grammar? According to the Ginger Software Team, “Ginger is the only contextual text correction tool on the market. Ginger looks at the context of whole sentences, enabling it to correct multiple mistakes within a sentence in one click.” In brief, Ginger not only corrects the…

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