Words We Confuse That Spellcheckers Miss, Part P1

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We continue our ongoing series of posts about words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different definitions: homophones. These words are frequent problems for writers since spellcheckers can’t catch them. This post addresses the long list of troublesome homophones that start with the letter P.

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Take the Who or Whom Quiz!

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Take our Grammar Challenge Quiz: Who or Whom?

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Who or Whom?

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The difference between who and whom is a matter of case. There are three cases for personal pronouns: nominative, objective, and possessive.

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Ignorant Grammar Cops

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If you must rant, at least be right. Avoid arrognance.

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