Was vs. Were?Chances are, you’re familiar with one difference between was and were: that was is the first and third-person singular past tense...December 16, 2020
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs — What’s the Difference?A verb can be described as transitive or intransitive based on whether it requires an object to express a complete thought or...December 16, 2020
What Is a Sentence Fragment?
What Is a Sentence Fragment?No one escapes high school English without being penalized for writing the odd sentence fragment, but not everyone remembers what...October 4, 2017
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
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