Grammar

Dreamed or Dreamt?

Dreamed or Dreamt?

Dreamt and dreamed are both past tense forms of dream. Dreamed is more popular than dreamt when talking about sleeping. Is there a difference between…

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Disk vs. Disc

Disk vs. Disc

Most of what you need to remember about “disk” and “disc” is the following: “disk” is the preferred spelling in American English, and it’s also…

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Advise vs. Advice

Advise vs. Advice

Advise is a verb that means to suggest what should be done, to recommend, or to give information to someone. The S of advise sounds…

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Farther vs. Further

Farther vs. Further

People use both further and farther to mean “more distant.” However, American English speakers favor farther for physical distances and further for figurative distances.

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