Tag: grammar

Into or in to? Learn the rules of splitting them up or keeping them together.

Into or in to

A horse walks into a bar. The barman comes up and says ‘Why the long face?’ I’m rather fond of all those ‘A man/horse/alien etc. walks into a bar’ jokes, aren’t you? Some are particularly amusing, such as the following one, which fellow language-lovers should appreciate: Past, present, and future walked into a bar – […]

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Video: ‘could of’ or ‘could have’?

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Video: ‘I’ or ‘me’?

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Video: is ‘irregardless’ a real word?

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Quiz: bear or bare?

Bare and bear are homophones – that is, they sound the same – but have very different meanings. Do you know how to use these two correctly? Test yourself with our quiz, or swot up with all you need to know about bare and bear.

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Video: the origin of symbols like # and @

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I or me

Quiz: ‘I’ or ‘me’

Do you always know when to use I and when to use me in a sentence? Test yourself with our quiz. Find out more about how to use I and me.

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Video: can literally mean figuratively?

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