All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘grammar errors’

What a Comma Splice Is and How to Fix It


I just read this sentence on a student paper:

“Everybody is different, throughout history, though, stereotypes have caused big problems.”

This is an example of a common problem among young writers: the comma splice. Let’s take a look at what a comma splice is and how to fix it.

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Grammar Comics. Literally.


  Growing up, I always loved the Sunday Comics section of my newspaper. So I thought I’d start a Sunday …

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Imply vs. Infer


People often confuse the words imply and infer. After reading this article, you will no longer be among them. And when you hear someone err in this matter, send them to this page immediately. Together, we can make the world a better place — one diction error at a time.

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I’m Heading Midwest; Wanna Come With?


A Facebook friend made the following comment in response to a post about ending sentences with prepositions. Having recently moved …

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