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When to Spell Out Numbers in Writing (Guide + Examples)
When to Spell Out Numbers in Writing (Guide + Examples)

It can be difficult to decide when to write numerals and when to spell out numbers in writing. This definitive guide, along with examples, will help you know when each is required.

Where Did the Oxford Comma Come From, and Why Is It So Important?
Where Did the Oxford Comma Come From, and Why Is It So Important?

The Oxford comma is a hot topic among grammar enthusiasts, but where does it come from and how does one tiny comma affect the clarity of a sentence or document? Find out why the Oxford comma is important with the help of this article.

Which vs. That
Which vs. That

Contrary to popular belief, "which" and "that" do not function in a similar capacity. Although "which" and "that" are both pronouns, they are not interchangeable. "Which" is used for non-restrictive phrases and "that" is used for restrictive phrases.

Who vs. Whom: A Simple Way to Determine Which Word to Use
Who vs. Whom: A Simple Way to Determine Which Word to Use

Knowing when to use who vs. whom is a challenge even for the most experienced English speaker. Remember this simple rule to get it right every time!

Why You Shouldn't Fear the Grammar Apocalypse
Why You Shouldn't Fear the Grammar Apocalypse

Grammar rules are not always black and white, but that is what makes the English language so colorful.

Win Free Access to GrammarCamp.com
Win Free Access to GrammarCamp.com

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