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If you have ever been unsure about whether to use accept or except when writing a sentence, it is completely understandable. After all, both "accept" and "except" are derived from the Latin word "capere," which means "to take." However, the two words' meanings are almost opposite.
Let Scribendi simplify the task of subject–verb agreement by providing subject–verb agreement examples explaining the various concord rules in English.
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Whether you're writing a college admissions essay or a paper for a class, it can be difficult to find the right words. It's even more difficult if English is your second language, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some common ESL errors to avoid in your college essays.
Learn when to use brake vs. break so that you never mix up these similar-sounding words again.
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For French speakers trying to avoid common English errors, the similarities between the languages can be more of a stumbling block than the differences.
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Now that you know where expletives come from and how to use them, it is time to learn how to incorporate them into your own writing.