These two English words are sometimes confused by native speakers. Please accept my invitation to learn the difference with this lesson.
These two English words are sometimes confused by native speakers. This lesson will make a nice addition to your English understanding.
The words advice and advise are often confused in English. I advise you to read through this lesson so you will no longer need advice on this matter.
The English words affect and effect are often confused even by native speakers - don't let their mistakes affect your English.
The terms all together and altogether can be confusing in English. Once you've read through this lesson, you'll have an altogether better understanding of them.
The English words amused and bemused are confused by some native English speakers.
The English words ancestor and descendant are sometimes confused by native speakers. In fact, they're exact opposites.
A lot of English speakers don't know the difference between anymore and any more. If you read this lesson, you won't be one of them any more.
The English apostrophe s and s apostrophe cause a lot of problems, even for native speakers. This lesson's task is to help you learn about possessives and contractions that need apostrophes and plurals that don't.
These three English words all mean "to make sure or certain" and are commonly confused, even by native speakers. This lesson will ensure that you understand the difference.
The English words bad and badly are often confused by English speakers. If you're one of them, don't feel bad, you won't do as badly after reading this lesson.
Between you and me, the phrase "between you and I" grates on my ears like nails on a chalkboard. I hear the wrong version about 3 times as often as I hear it said the right way, so let's get this straightened out once and for all.
The English prefixes bi- and semi- are often mixed up by native speakers. A semi-annual reading of this lesson will help more than a bi-annual one.
What's the difference between borrow, lend, and loan? Two of them are synonyms and the third is the opposite - lend me your eyes and I'll tell you about them.
The grammatical terms clause and phrase are often confused by English speakers. This lesson filled with clauses and phrases will help you understand the difference.