Words We Confuse that Spellcheckers Miss, Parts I and J

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The next in an ongoing series of posts on troublesome spelling situations caused by homophones. This article looks at homophones beginning with I and J.

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Grammar Question: Can “They” or “Their” Be Singular?

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It seems pretty common for people to use “they” or “their” to refer to singular antecedents. Is that okay? Is it wrong to say, “Someone left their umbrella in the hallway.”?

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Do Students in Online Classes Cheat More?

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I’m not sure how this data applies to something like WriteAtHome. We’ve certainly caught some students copying and pasting work …

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5 Ways to Use Math to Teach Writing

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Guest poster and writing coach Susan Lyttek offers an interesting way to use math to teach grammar concepts.

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