Both spellings—canceled and cancelled—are the past tense of the verb to cancel. But which is correct? It depends where you live. Learn the difference in this article.
Which is correct, "inter" or "intra"? Discover the difference in this article and use both words with confidence in your writing.
Looking for a challenge? In this article, we've rounded up 14 of the hardest to spell words in the English language. We'll teach you how to spell them and give you tips for remembering them in the future. Welcome to your newest party trick!
Do you know what "OFC" means? In text-messaging, "OFC" typically stands for "of course" (or "of f*cking course"). In writing, "OFC" can also stand for "original female character." Learn the meaning of OFC here.
Do you understand how to use and create plural nouns? In this article, we break down the rules of creating and using plural nouns in your writing.
What's the difference between "affective" and "effective"? We explain how to use affective and effective correctly in this article.
"Everyday" is an adjective used to describe something ordinary or usual. "Every day" is a phrase that means "each day." Here's how to correctly use "everyday" vs "every day."
Wondering about common nouns and how to use them? In this article, we break down what common nouns are, when to use them, and share meaning and examples.
How do you create the possessive form of a word that ends with "s"? Discover the rules for this creating possesstives with "s" in this article.
Alliteration is a literary device using multiple words that start with the same sound in order to create a pleasant ring in the reader's mind. In this article, we break down how to use alliteration in your writing.
What's the difference between "who" and "whom"? In this article we explain when to use each term.
Until relatively recently, English grammarians asserted you use *he* as the gender-neutral pronoun with any antecedent. But things are changing? We explore how to use the singular "they" in this article.
"Than" and "then" are two words that sound alike but have different meanings and uses. In this article, learn how to use "than" versus "then" correctly.
Let's take a look at some of the astounding adjectives in the English language that start with an A.