Clearing up Confusions in Word Usage

I love this graphic, published by Brian Clark at Copyblogger. It’s very useful for remembering when to use “your” instead of “you’re” or for knowing the difference between “fewer” and “less.” Using words incorrectly can make a reader think we really don’t know what we’re talking about, even if we’re trying to convey valuable information. So learning to avoid these fifteen common mistakes can make a big difference to the authority of our writing.

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly
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