Dialog vs. Dialogue

This article is about Dialog vs. Dialogue — enjoy your reading! “Dialogue” is an alternate spelling of “dialog,” which means ‘a conversation between two or more people’ or ‘the exchange of ideas.’ I wrote a dialogue between a customer and a shopkeeper. I wrote a dialog between a customer and […]

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I vs. Me

Although these two are written and pronounced completely differently, “I” and “me” are often used interchangeably or used in the wrong context. A common mistake in people’s writing is to confuse I and me with each other. Both are personal pronouns, but they serve different purposes within the sentence. In […]

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Me vs. I

Although these two are written and pronounced completely differently, “me” and “I” are often used interchangeably or used in the wrong context. A common mistake in people’s writing is to confuse I and me with each other. Both are personal pronouns, but they serve different purposes within the sentence. In […]

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The Most Mispronounced Words Of 2021

The most mispronounced words of 2021 include cheugy, omicron and Billie Eilish’s last name FYI folks, there’s no “N” in “omicron.” To be fair, some people probably tried too hard to make “cheugy” happen. But in a year that saw all kinds of Gen Z vernacular take over social media, […]

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American or British

Variations in spelling exist in English words. In Great Britain and Canada, some words have spellings that differ from American spellings. Readers of books by British and Canadian publishers will note these differences. Some confusion may arise depending on the writer’s experience with these variant spellings. Many nouns that in […]

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