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The difference between “Lightening” and “Lightning”

The difference between “Lightening” and “Lightning”

Lightening vs. Lightning? One would soothe you, and the other would scare you. Here’s why.

Valentina Dordevic
Valentina Dordevic
English
Awhile vs. a while – when to use each phrase

Awhile vs. a while – when to use each phrase

As you’ve probably noticed, the only difference in the spelling of these two phrases is the single space in “a while.” However, there are a few things to remember when it comes to their meaning and the type of word.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
Examples of direct objects in sentences and important rules

Examples of direct objects in sentences and important rules

When it comes to grammar, “direct object” is one of the main grammatical terms. All this goes much deeper but in order to make your way in language, it's best to start with simple things.

Andre Kern
Andre Kern
English
Led vs. Lead – How to use them correctly?

Led vs. Lead – How to use them correctly?

People often confuse led and lead and don’t know which of these terms to use when talking about the past. But, the solution to the led vs. lead confusion is straightforward as you only need to know a few things about these terms.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
How to use altogether vs. all together

How to use altogether vs. all together

So what exactly is the difference? And how do you know when to use all together vs. altogether?

Cecilia Gigliotti
Cecilia Gigliotti
English
Anymore vs. any more: how to use the right term

Anymore vs. any more: how to use the right term

Anymore and any more may be similar, but they are used in different cases. That’s because both terms have different meanings and different functions within a sentence.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
How to use ordinal adverbs: firstly, secondly, and thirdly?

How to use ordinal adverbs: firstly, secondly, and thirdly?

Since first, second, and third as well operate in a grammatical way as well as adjectives and adverbs, you may find that including “-ly” is unnecessary.

Andre Kern
Andre Kern
English
Passivity vs. passiveness: is there a difference?

Passivity vs. passiveness: is there a difference?

In order to understand when to use passivity and when passiveness, you first need to know the meaning of “passive”.

Valentina Dordevic
Valentina Dordevic
English
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