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Why is “ain’t” scorned?

Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Advisor & Content Expert

Grammar

“Affect” vs. “Effect”

You’re not alone if you sometimes have trouble differentiating between the English words “affect” and “effect.” The...

Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Advisor & Content Expert

Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Advisor & Content Expert

Grammar

“Than me” vs. “Than I”

Perhaps this usage issue is a losing battle, but it’s worth taking one last stand!

Did you know that when a speaker...

Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Advisor & Content Expert

Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Advisor & Content Expert

Grammar

“Could care less” vs. “couldn’t care less”

Could care less” vs. “couldn’t care less”

People have been known to engage in bitter arguments as to which of these ...

Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Advisor & Content Expert

Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Advisor & Content Expert

IELTS

Why do we study English, anyway?

"Miss L," a student began, looking up at me from her desk to where I, as a novice teacher stood at the front of the...

Dr. Lindy Ledohowski, Co-Founder & CEO

Dr. Lindy Ledohowski, Co-Founder & CEO

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