Category: English Grammar (Page 2)

Articles and notes dealing with English grammar and English language usage topics

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The Use of By + Until

Category: English Grammar Topic: Prepositions
When should you use 'by' and 'until'?.
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Dangling Modifiers

Category: English Grammar Topic: General
What is a dangling modifier?
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While & During

Category: English Grammar Topic: Conjunctions
What is the difference between 'while' and 'during'?
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Enough

Category: English Grammar Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs
What is the correct word order with 'enough'?
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Number of

Category: English Grammar Topic: General
When to use a singular or a plural verb with the word 'number'.
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For & Since

Category: English Grammar Topic: Prepositions
What's the difference between 'for' and 'since'?
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The Chameleon Character of 'Like'

Category: English Grammar Topic: Conjunctions
A look at the many uses of 'like' in English
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Adjectives that look like adverbs

Category: English Grammar Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs
A list of English adjectives that look like adverbs
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Prepositions AT & IN in Manner, Place & Time

Category: English Grammar Topic: Prepositions
A look at the different uses of the prepositions 'in' and 'at'.
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The grey line between adjectives & past participles and passives

Category: English Grammar Topic: Adjectives and Adverbs
The use of past participles as adjectives in English
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The duality (polarity) principle in English Grammar

Category: English Grammar Topic: General
The dual nature of English grammar
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To 'To' or not To 'To'

Category: English Grammar Topic: Prepositions
A look at the different uses of 'to'
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Collocations & Word Partnerships

Category: English Grammar Topic: Collocation
A look at the different types of collocations in English
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To Be or not to Be

Category: English Grammar Topic: Verbs and Tenses
A look at the verb 'to be' in English