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Can You End a Sentence With a Preposition?

Let’s discuss the main question of the day: is it allowed to end sentences with prepositions?  Most sources say you shouldn’t. However, there may be some situations in which it is acceptable or even the best option. Like with most other English grammar rules, the… continue reading

Won’t vs. Wont: What’s the Difference?

One of the hardest concepts in the English language is likely contractions. They can be especially tricky if other words are spelled the same, yet have unrelated meanings. This is especially true in the case of won’t vs. wont. Without further ado, let’s look at their… continue reading

Thru or Through: Are Both Acceptable?

You may have seen through and thru be used almost interchangeably in your daily life. Perhaps you have seen thru used on a road sign, but through used in a written media. Are both acceptable? Is there a difference? Let’s figure out if its thru… continue reading

Do Lier and Liar Mean the Same Thing?

In English, homophones can be some of the most difficult word pairings. They are particularly difficult in the case of liar vs. lier, as they both sound the same and are spelled similarly. So, is this confusion warranted? Do these words mean different things? To… continue reading