Intricate Text Grammarly – What Is It & How To Fix

Grammarly intricate text

“Intricate Text” in Grammarly refers to sentences that are too complex and wordy. If you have come across this, we can help! Read on to learn how. Grammarly – including Grammarly Premium – is a powerful tool that can be used to help improve the quality and readability of your writing. Sometimes you may need … Read more

Chris’s or Chris’ – Possessive Form of Singular Nouns

Should I Say Chris' or Chris's

There’s a lot of debate on how to spell the possessive form of singular nouns – with an apostrophe ‘s’ or with just the apostrophe? Well, according to the specific style guide you follow, they can both be correct. In this article, we’ll illustrate this point and explain how to choose between Chris’s or Chris’. … Read more

To Late or Too Late – Which Is Correct?

Should I say to late or too late

Everyone has shown up late to an event and asked “Is it too late?” But is this grammatically correct? Should you have said “Is it to late?” Many beginner writers make this very simple mistake. In this article, we’ll teach you how to choose between “to late” or “too late”. Is It To Late or … Read more

Blond or Blonde Hair Color – Which Is Correct?

Blond or Blonde

In the battle of blond or blonde, which is the correct spelling? It’s a question that has caused many arguments and even some bloodshed (okay, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration). The truth is that both spellings can be correct in the right context. In this article, we’ll teach you how to use blond and blonde … Read more

Dieing or Dying – Which Word Is Correct?

Is my cat dieing or dying

Death is something that no living thing can avoid…at least yet. Until science and cloning technology gets to a point where immortality is on the table, we are dealing with this reality. However, is it correct to say “dieing” or “dying”? It turns out these similar words have completely different meanings. This article will show … Read more

He Has Risen or He Is Risen – Which Is Grammatically Correct?

He Is Risen vs. He Has Risen

The question of whether “he has risen” vs “he is risen” is grammatically correct has caused much debate among English speakers & religious people. Some people argue that “has risen” should be used because it shows the completed action, while others maintain that “is risen” is better because it emphasizes the ongoing nature of Christ’s … Read more