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Which vs. That: When to Use Each

Which vs. That: When to Use Each

"Which" should be used when introducing a non-defining clause. "That" should be used when introducing a defining clause. Learn how to identify each situation in your writing.

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Skillset or Skill Set: Is It One Word or Two?

Skillset or Skill Set: Is It One Word or Two?

Is it skillset or skill set? The two-word phrase "skill set" is the correct spelling. Both "skillset" and "skill-set" are incorrect misspellings.

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Albeit: Definition and Meaning

Albeit: Definition and Meaning

“Albeit” is a word similar to “although” or “even though.” Learn the definition and meaning of this word.

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Hyphenated Words: Usage, Rules, and Examples

Hyphenated Words: Usage, Rules, and Examples

Hyphenated words can get confusing! Here are all the rules and examples you need to use hyphenated words in your writing.

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Prefix: Definition, Meaning, and Examples

Prefix: Definition, Meaning, and Examples

“Prefix” most commonly refers to a letter or group of letters that you attach before a root word in order to form a new word. Learn how to use prefixes in your writing.

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Breathe vs Breath: What Is the Difference?

Breathe vs Breath: What Is the Difference?

Learn the difference between breathe (the verb) and breath (the noun) and how to use each in a sentence.

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What Are Subjects and Predicates?

What Are Subjects and Predicates?

Subjects and predicates form the basic parts of a sentence. But these can get tricky, especially when you get into elements like compound subjects and complete predicates. Here's everything you need to know about using subjects and predicates in your writing.

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Past Tense of "Read"

Past Tense of "Read"

What's the past tense of the verb "read"? It's "read"—a word that's spelled the same but pronounced differently. In this article, we break down all you need to know about using the verb "read" in your writing.

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Emphasize Synonyms & Antonyms: List of 30+

Emphasize Synonyms & Antonyms: List of 30+

Looking for a synonym or antonym for the word “emphasize”? Some examples include highlight, stress, and accent. Learn how to use emphasize in a sentence and see a full list of emphasize synonyms in this article.

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Whom or Who: Which Is the Right One to Use and When?

Whom or Who: Which Is the Right One to Use and When?

What's the difference between "who" and "whom"? In this article we explain when to use each term.

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What Is the 'Singular They' and Why Should I Use It?

What Is the 'Singular They' and Why Should I Use It?

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.

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The Ultimate List of Positive Adjectives

The Ultimate List of Positive Adjectives

Looking for a new positive adjective to use in your descriptive writing? This list contains hundreds of positive adjectives you can use.

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En Dash: The Complete Guide

En Dash: The Complete Guide

An en dash is a punctuation mark used to indicate a range of numbers or span of time. In this article, we break down how to use an en dash in your writing.

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Affect vs. Effect: What's the Difference?

Affect vs. Effect: What's the Difference?

It's easy to confuse affect and effect. Affect is usually a verb, meaning to impact or change. Effect is usually a noun, meaning the result of a change. Learn more in this article.

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i.e. vs e.g.: What's the Difference and How to Use Both Correctly

i.e. vs e.g.: What's the Difference and How to Use Both Correctly

I.e. vs. e.g.—what's the difference? E.g. stands for exempli gratia and means “for example.” I.e. is the abbreviation for id est and means “in other words.” Learn how to use each term correctly.

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