• Vocabulary

Adjective Word Order Exercises: Rules to Remember

8 months ago
Susanta Sahoo

Are you game for some adjective word order exercises? Here's a quiz on natural order of adjectives. Can you score a perfect 100%? Take the quiz and see how good you are at choosing the right order of adjectives.

  • Grammar

How to Use Adverbs – A Handy Guide

A handy guide on how to use adverbs correctly. Learn the correct order of adverbs and how to avoid common…

8 months ago
  • Grammar

Are You Making These Common Adjective Mistakes?

While you can get away with these common adjective mistakes in a colloquial setting, they can cost you a lot…

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  • Grammar

Can’t Have Been vs. Couldn’t Have Been: How to Use Them Correctly

While Can’t Have (Been) is used to refer to an incident in the near past, Couldn’t Have (Been) is used…

8 months ago
  • Grammar

When Do I Use “I” Instead of “Me?”

If you’re writing formal dialogue or in a formal setting, use “It’s I". However, it’s more appropriate to use “It’s…

1 year ago
  • Grammar

When to Use “If I was” vs. “If I were”

A lot of people use “If I was” instead of “If I were” when they use a subjunctive mood in…

1 year ago
  • Vocabulary

Fix Your Bloated Emails: Snip These Words

Common Errors in English Emails: Being prevalent in our everyday life, filler words tend to rub off on our writing…

1 year ago
  • Vocabulary

Email Sign-off Best Practices: Avoid These Email Sign-Offs

Common Errors in English Usage: What’s favorite email sign-off? How do you deal with your default email signature while sending…

1 year ago
  • Grammar

One Less Thing vs One Fewer Thing: Which One is Correct?

Common Errors in English Language: If you’re wondering if you should use “one less thing” or “one thing less”, rest…

2 years ago
  • Grammar

Visited vs Have Visited vs Had Visited: How to Use Them Correctly

Common Errors in English Sentences: Using correct tense an important part of every business communication as it reflects your personality,…

2 years ago