When it's time for a gentleman to get a haircut, would he go to a barber shop or barbershop? While one may be preferred, it depends.
A recent post over at the social media platform Reddit set out to identify English's most annoying grammar mistakes. Here are the standouts.
If you've never heard the curious term 'goblin mode,' you probably will soon, since the Oxford Dictionaries named it 2022's word of the year.
For some who aren't as enthusiastic about grammar, terms like 'split infinitive' may very well prompt looks of confusion.
One of the most basic rules of writing involves a requirement that writers should always use complete sentences. But this isn't always true.
If there's one thing people love, it's finding ways to break rules. But is the rule about ending sentences with prepositions valid?
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