English Grammar, Spelling, and More
Basic as their knowledge is, the rules and laws of English grammar and spelling can throw learners, and sometimes even advanced users of the language, for a loop. Questions regarding what a subordinate clause is or the difference between learned and learnt are surprisingly common. For students and writers, concepts and subjects such as these ought to be habitually revisited and revised to ensure that their work is correct in form and syntax. Browse PaperRater’s collection of grammar and writing related articles below to find the answers to these questions and several others.
- When should I use Ms, Mrs, Miss, Ma’am
- When should I use a participial phrase?
- Use of prepositional phrases
- What are subordinating conjunctions?
- Should I use 'learned' or 'learnt'?
- Formating a business letter
- How to use linking verbs
- What is a coordinating conjunction?
- When should I use square brackets?
- Which is correct, 'laying' or 'lying'?
- Should I use 'its' or 'it’s'?
- Use of 'choose' and 'chose'
- Should I use 'favorite' or 'favourite'?
- Which is correct, 'cancelled' or 'canceled'?
- Should I use 'separate' or 'seperate'?
- Should I use 'co-worker' or 'coworker'?
- Should I use 'forty' or 'fourty'?
- Should I use 'traveled' or 'travelled'?