Difference Between European English And...
I've noticed, mostly from British television programs, some discrepancies between...
One, One's, Oneself's?
One should take care of one's health. One should take care of his health. One should...
(Comma) That/Which [American English]...
In Longman Advanced American Dictionary (page 219), the definition of the Chang...
Gender Of Blond / Brunet / Gay ?
I move this query to a new post. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary ...
Would You Not Say "An Ill Man"?
Hi, this is my virgin post. I need your opinions on usages of a couple of words....
Spelling Book (Noah Webster 1800) And...
Spelling Book (Noah Webster 1800) and "Zed" vs "Zee" Richard Maurer quoted from...
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A Team Of Experts Is/Are...
Hi, I know in American English collective nouns are treated as singular, so I say...
Tissue?
Hello, I need to use the adjective of a noun ‘tissue’. Could anyone tell me which...
Some Words?
Hi, I'd like to know more about these words (pronounced in American English): ...
Please Clive, Read This. Sick --VS-- Ill...
Dear Teacher, As an Canadian, do you use sick as an American...
Similar Nouns
These are some nouns which are similar to one another, we may learn about them, in...
Flat As A Noun In American English?
Please tell me if the word flat has a meaning as a noun in American English. I...
Service Or Services?
According to Newbury House Dictionary of American English, "service" is an uncountable...
Relative Clause?
C: countable nouns that are used with a or an or a number and have a plural...
TOEIC/ Staff?
The airport custodial staff, which (A) hasn't been working under contract for...
How To Pronounce 'Use'?
In American English, 'use' is pronounced 2 ways. If it's used as a noun, the final...