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I Vs Me: A Common Grammar Mistake

I Vs Me: A Common Grammar Mistake

When it comes to favorite grammar mistakes, there are few more popular, and few less often made, than the mistake with the pronouns ‘I’ and ‘me’. Let’s have a look at some typical sentences with a mistake of this nature, and talk about why, in fact, those sentences are wrong. ‘Me and Jane went to […]

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Common Grammar Mistakes that Kill Credibility

Common Grammar Mistakes that Kill Credibility

We all make grammar mistakes (and anyone who says they don’t…well, let’s just they are not being entirely honest!) But in business, obviously, it’s better to keep those mistakes to a minimum. If you are going to make mistakes, then follow this advice: ·  Don’t make the sort of simple mistakes that ruin your credibility […]

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Who Vs That: A Common Grammar Mistake

Who Vs That: A Common Grammar Mistake

What’s the difference between ‘who’ and ‘that’? That’s a good question, and here’s a rule for you: use ‘who’ when you are talking about people, and ‘that’ when you are talking about things. And that’s the end of the lesson! Except it isn’t, because things are a little more complicated than that. Because ‘that’ can […]

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Why Good Grammar is Crucial For Work

Why Good Grammar is Crucial For Work

Bad grammar is becoming more prominent than ever, perhaps in part due to the relentless march of social media. But let’s not be too quick to point the finger, because bad grammar certainly existed in the time when only a bird was capable of producing a tweet. There is no doubt that social media has […]

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3 Important Grammar Rules to Define Your Business English

3 Important Grammar Rules to Define Your Business English

Conducting business in English is a little different from speaking the language on an every-day level. That’s because the English we use in a meeting, in a work email, or in business literature in general, will be characterized by a formality that we rarely use when having normal conversations outside of work. English grammar is […]

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Why Good Grammar is Important

Why Good Grammar is Important

Not everyone cares about good grammar. In fact, there are many who feel that pointing out incorrect usage of grammar is unnecessary because language is all about communicating. ‘You know what I mean!’ they will declare after their mistake has been highlighted! The idea amongst this group is that, as long as communication has been […]

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Why Good Grammar is Important When Online Dating

Why Good Grammar is Important When Online Dating

Believe it or not, in the competitive world of online dating, the way that you write matters! And it’s not just the content of your message, but the fundamental grammar and spelling that you use to convey that message. Quite simply, to many people, simple grammatical and spelling errors reflect badly on you, and can […]

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Linguix Writing Assistant Is Now Available for Microsoft Edge

Linguix Writing Assistant Is Now Available for Microsoft Edge

Good news everyone! Now, the Linguix AI-based writing assistant is available to Microsoft Edge users!  With Linguix for Edge you can be sure that all of your web documents, messages, and social media posts are always error-free and clean as a whistle! When you add Linguix to the Microsoft Edge browser, our sophisticated algorithm starts […]

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Basic English Grammar – 10 Grammar Rules to Get You Started in English

Basic English Grammar – 10 Grammar Rules to Get You Started in English

Grammar is a central aspect to any language. English is no different. Although there are hundreds of grammar points to consider when learning English, there are also those grammar points which not only form the basis of everything else that you need to learn, but are also a solid beginning to becoming an accomplished English […]

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How to Use Transition Words

How to Use Transition Words

Transition words. You know, conjunctions? Connectors? Linkers! Whatever you call them, these words are integral to the English language. Otherwise, every story ever told would read something like this. ‘Yesterday I went skiing. It was cold. I wore a warm ski suit. I went to the top of the mountain. I fell over. I broke […]

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