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Is It Spelled Counselor or Counsellor, and What’s the Difference?

Is It Spelled Counselor or Counsellor, and What’s the Difference?

Most other countries where English is the official language, for example, most of the countries in the Commonwealth, use the spelling with two Ls.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
Any Time vs. Anytime: When to Use Each Word

Any Time vs. Anytime: When to Use Each Word

If you want to avoid making a grammatical mistake when writing anytime or any time, it’s good to know the differences between the two terms and their usage so you can be sure that you’re always using the right word.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
Spelling Tips: “Labelled” or “Labeled”?

Spelling Tips: “Labelled” or “Labeled”?

“Label” is pronounced with only one letter, “l,” in American English. The preferred forms in Canada, Britain, and other English dialects from outside of North America are “labelled” and “labelling,” with an extra “l.”

Nina Stankovic
Nina Stankovic
English
Who’s vs. Whose: How to Use Each Correctly

Who’s vs. Whose: How to Use Each Correctly

“Whose” is the relative pronoun to ask to whom something belongs, and “who’s” is a shortened form of “who is.”

Nina Stankovic
Nina Stankovic
English
What Is the Difference Between the Words “Ax” and “Axe”?

What Is the Difference Between the Words “Ax” and “Axe”?

While “ax” can be used in some parts of the world, such as North America, the most common spelling remains the version ending in the letter “e.”

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
When to Use “Be Patient” or “Have Patience”?

When to Use “Be Patient” or “Have Patience”?

We can use “be patient” and “have patience” interchangeably in most cases.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
What Does It Mean to Follow Up and When to Use a Hyphen?

What Does It Mean to Follow Up and When to Use a Hyphen?

Follow up is a phrasal verb that we can use in several contexts. Follow-up can be an adjective that refers to the act of following up.

Valentina Dordevic
Valentina Dordevic
English
Noone or No One or No-One: What is the difference?

Noone or No One or No-One: What is the difference?

The spelling should read “no one.”

Priscilla Aremu
Priscilla Aremu
English
Milena Lazova

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Valentina Dordevic

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Beth Taylor

Hello! My name is Beth. I'm from France. I'm a French and English native speaker and I really like writing.