Grammar

Breath vs. Breathe

Breath vs. Breathe

Breathe is a verb we use for the process of inhaling and exhaling. Breath is a noun that refers to a full cycle of breathing.

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What Does Imperative Mean?

What Does Imperative Mean?

Imperative can be one of the following: An adjective meaning “completely necessary” or “very important,” but also “commanding.” A noun meaning “a necessity” or “something…

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Are vs. Is

Are vs. Is

Use are with you. Use are with plural subjects. Use is with singular subjects, except for I. English speakers probably use the verb to be…

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To vs. Too

To vs. Too

To is a preposition with several meanings, including “toward” and “until.” Too is an adverb that can mean “excessively” or “also.” Just to be clear:…

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This Emoji Guide is ?

This Emoji Guide is ?

Emojis may be the cutting edge of language, but do any of us really know how to use them? For example, let’s say your…

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