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Is There a Difference Between Acknowledgement and Acknowledgment?

Is There a Difference Between Acknowledgement and Acknowledgment?

In British English, it is spelled “acknowledgement,” with an extra “e” between g and m, while in American English, it is spelled “acknowledgment.”

Nina Stankovic
Nina Stankovic
English
Understanding Quotation Marks: Usage, Rules, and Examples

Understanding Quotation Marks: Usage, Rules, and Examples

A lot of people are confused about quotation marks, especially where to place them in a sentence and whether the punctuation mark that follows them should go inside or outside the quoted text.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
What Is the Difference Between a Photo Shoot and a Photoshoot?

What Is the Difference Between a Photo Shoot and a Photoshoot?

The photoshoot is a compound word created by removing space between the two words.

Nina Stankovic
Nina Stankovic
English
Definition, Synonyms, and Antonyms of “Whether,” “Wether,” and “Weather”

Definition, Synonyms, and Antonyms of “Whether,” “Wether,” and “Weather”

Whether, weather, and wether are homophones! These words, however, have different meanings.

Kimberly Ann Potts
Kimberly Ann Potts
English
When to Use a Hyphen in the Phrase “Year Old”?

When to Use a Hyphen in the Phrase “Year Old”?

The phrase “year old,” which indicates an age, should be hyphenated in specific situations that we’re going to explain. This means avoiding the hyphen in others.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
Simplifying “Used To” Once and for All

Simplifying “Used To” Once and for All

“USED TO DO something” means something was happening on a regular basis in the past but is not happening anymore. “USED TO DOING something” means that you have become acclimated to a certain behavior, situation, or lifestyle.

Anming Alexander
Anming Alexander
English
Principal vs. Principle: Definition, Synonyms, and Antonyms

Principal vs. Principle: Definition, Synonyms, and Antonyms

Principal and principle sound the same but are spelled differently. The difference can be seen in the last three letters of each word, with “principal” ending with -al and “principle” with -le.

Kimberly Ann Potts
Kimberly Ann Potts
English
Simile and Metaphor: How to Set Them Apart?

Simile and Metaphor: How to Set Them Apart?

Simile and metaphor are two of the most common literary devices that allow you to compare different things, concepts, ideas, and experiences. Both can help you add interest, exaggerate, or emphasize.

Milena Lazova
Milena Lazova
English
Milena Lazova

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