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‘had better’ plus verb
‘the reason is that’ or ‘the reason is because’?
A and an | when to use them
Acronyms and initialisms
Active and passive voice
Adverbs: position of adverbs in a sentence
But and however
Can you use criteria and data with a singular verb?
Collective nouns: singular or plural verbs?
Different from, different than and different to
Either/or and neither/nor
Enough: where does it go in a sentence?
Five grammar myths
Grammar questions answered: pronoun to use after ‘than’; splitting quotes
Grammar questions answered: punctuation with brackets | solely | provided
However, therefore, moreover, furthermore
In defence of the passive voice
Is the subjunctive dying?
Learn some grammar jargon
Misplaced, dangling and squinting modifiers
More than versus over
Not only… but also
One or more ‘is’ or one or more ‘are’
Only: position in a sentence
Prepositions – in and at
Squinting adverbial modifiers
Than I versus than me
That: When can you delete ‘that’?
The singular they
Turning verbs into nouns (nominalisation)
Used to do and be used to
Verb agreement with troublesome nouns
Verbing: turning nouns into verbs
Verbs – past tense
Verbs – using the present tense
When pronouns cause confusion
When to use the active voice
Which and that
Who and that
Who and whom
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