In Case or Incase: Which Is The Correct Spelling?

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When it comes to the correct spelling of “in case,” there are two options: in case or incase. So, which one is right? It turns out that incase is the incorrect spelling and should never be used in your writing! In this post, we’ll teach you the difference between these common words. Which Is Correct … Read more

Nonetheless vs Nevertheless: Which Spelling Is Correct?

What's the difference between Nonetheless vs Nevertheless

There are many words in the English language that are downright tricky. Some words seem so similar, that most writers don’t even know the difference between the two. Nonetheless vs nevertheless are two of those words in which new writers get wrong. Nonetheless and nevertheless are often used interchangeably but can have different meanings. Read … Read more

How ever vs However – Which Is The Correct Spelling?

How Ever vs However

Many new writers get caught up with the spelling of the words “how ever” vs “however”. At first glance, these words seem about the same. But the addition of the space makes the difference between these two words. So, which is the correct choice? There are many tricky words like role call or roll call … Read more

To Long or Too Long: Which Phrase Is Correct?

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Don’t you hate it when someone drones on and on? And on? It can be so frustrating when somebody won’t stop talking, especially if they’re not saying anything important. Would you say that this person has been talking for “to long” or “too long”? Our post on the difference between too cute & to cute … Read more

Action Verb vs Linking Verb (What’s the Difference?)

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Verbs are words that describe an action, state of being, or occurrence. However, verbs are a large category of words, and writers use many types of verbs on different occasions.  While not everyone is a master of English grammar – not even English speakers – it’s essential to differentiate between various verbs for successful writing … Read more

What Is a Compound Verb? Explanation and Use Cases

list of compound verbs to use

If you’re a new English speaker or looking to improve your English, you may get overwhelmed by the language’s different types of verbs. One important type of verb to know is the compound verb. But what is a compound verb? In this article, you’ll learn what a compound verb is and how to use one. … Read more

In Regard or In Regards? Learn The Difference

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English is a tricky language with many nuances & parts of speech, making learning the language difficult for a new English learner or native speaker. A single “s” in a phrase, or even a word, can transform the meaning of that word, change it completely, or even simply be incorrect.  Two phrases that often confuse … Read more

‘Within’ vs ‘With In’ – What’s The Difference?

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Many writers get tripped up when it comes to the spelling of ‘within’ or ‘with in’. In fact, this reminds me of the words goodnight and good night, which most writers spell incorrectly. Small spelling differences can make a huge difference in the meaning of words and phrases. In this post, we’ll teach you exactly … Read more

Gooses or Geese – Which Is Correct?

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Probably one of the most commonly confused words by new & experienced writers alike is gooses & geese. Creating the plural form of a word can often be a tricky process. For some reason, the plural form of goose seems to trip up many writers. In this post, we’ll teach you exactly how to choose … Read more