Which Means: How to Use It

A word that we find in so many English sentences, we need to know when and where to use...

Nov 23 · 6 min read >

More better: Is this correct?

Grammar can be very confusing which is why certain phrases seem right when we speak them but in real...

Nov 21 · 2 min read >

Do I have to or Have I to do: What’s the Difference?

When you begin to learn the English language, the first verb tenses that you study are the present simple...

Nov 19 · 4 min read >
do I have to

The following is or the following are: What’s the rule?

The English grammar rule on using the phrase “the following is” or “the following are” is short and clear-cut....

Nov 19 · 3 min read >
following is

Opinion of or about: What’s the Difference?

In English, we group words into categories based on their grammatical functions. These categories are known as parts of...

Nov 17 · 3 min read >
opinion of

Years old or Years-old: What’s the Difference?

In the above two sentences,  the first is completely wrong while the other is correct. There is a very...

Nov 12 · 2 min read >
year-old or years old

Doctor appointment or doctor’s appointment?

We mostly visit the doctor or dentist for a routine check-up or when we get sick. This involves booking...

Nov 9 · 6 min read >
doctor appointment

Is At a Preposition?

Among the parts of speech in English grammar, this could one of the most confusing for you. What is...

Nov 7 · 4 min read >
is at a preposition

Is Gotten a Word?

Get is one of the most common verbs in the English language and for this reason, you need to...

Oct 31 · 2 min read >
is gotten a word

Themself or Themselves: When To Use Each

When to use themself or themselves is one tricky problem in standard English, even for native English speakers. An...

Oct 30 · 2 min read >
themself or themselves