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Articles by Millie Dinsdale

Millie is ProWritingAid's Content Manager. A recent English Literature graduate, she loves all things books and writing. When she isn't working, Millie enjoys gardening, re-reading books by Agatha Christie, and running.

Grey vs Gray: How Do You Spell This Color?

Grey vs Gray: How Do You Spell This Color?

The spelling grey is more common in British English, while gray is more common in American English. Learn the difference between grey vs gray here.

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Any Time vs Anytime: Difference and Correct Usage Explained

Any Time vs Anytime: Difference and Correct Usage Explained

What's the difference between any time vs anytime? Both phrases mean "at whatever time," but they are not interchangeable. Learn more in this article.

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Whether vs If: What’s the Difference?

Whether vs If: What’s the Difference?

The words whether and if are not always synonymous. Read this article to learn when to use whether vs if in your writing.

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Is vs Was: What’s the Difference?

Is vs Was: What’s the Difference?

“Is” and “was” are both conjugations of the auxiliary verb “to be.” Learn more about the differences between is vs was, and how to use them in your writing.

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E-mail or Email or Mail: Which Is Correct?

E-mail or Email or Mail: Which Is Correct?

Email, or e-mail, refers to electronic messaging. Mail refers to anything sent by post. Here’s a quick summary so that you know whether to use email or mail in your writing.

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In vs On: What’s the Difference?

In vs On: What’s the Difference?

In and on are both prepositions of time and place, but they have different definitions. Read this article to learn when you should use in vs on.

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Noun vs Verb: What’s the Difference?

Noun vs Verb: What’s the Difference?

A noun is a word that refers to a person, place, or thing. A verb is a word that refers to an action, occurrence, or state of being. Both are needed to make a sentence complete. Learn how to identify whether a word is a noun vs verb.

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Lite vs Light: What’s the Difference?

Lite vs Light: What’s the Difference?

Lite refers to something that is simpler than normal. Light refers to something that makes other things visible. Learn more about lite vs light so you can use the correct word in your writing.

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Fiancé vs Fiancée: What's the Difference?

Fiancé vs Fiancée: What's the Difference?

Both fiancé and fiancée refer to someone who is engaged to be married. Learn the difference between fiancé vs fiancée in this article.

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Black Friday Deals for Writers 2023

Black Friday Deals for Writers 2023

We've compiled a list of the best Black Friday deals for writers in 2022. With great offers from Fictionary, ProWritingAid, The Novel Factory, Self-Publishing School, Bookbaby, and more.

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ProWritingAid Coupon Codes

ProWritingAid Coupon Codes

Improve your writing and learn as you go with a ProWritingAid coupon code. Here is your one-stop shop for ProWritingAid discounts.

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Led vs Lead: What's the Difference?

Led vs Lead: What's the Difference?

What's the difference between lead vs. led? Learn how to use each word correctly in your writing.

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Opossum vs Possum: What's the Difference?

Opossum vs Possum: What's the Difference?

Possums and opossums have very similar names but are actually different animals. Find out how to tell them apart, and how they came to share such similar names in this article.

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Opossum vs Possum: What's the Difference?

Opossum vs Possum: What's the Difference?

Possums and opossums have very similar names but are actually different animals. Find out how to tell them apart, and how they came to share such similar names in this article.

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Best Young Adult Fiction Books: Top 25 YA Novels You Can't Miss!

Best Young Adult Fiction Books: Top 25 YA Novels You Can't Miss!

We're living in the golden age of young adult fiction. In this list, we outline our picks for the best YA of all time.

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