Grammar and Usage

Who (subject) vs. Whom (object) vs. Who (modifier): Who called whom?


Posted 2017-12-07

Brian tackles the who vs. whom issue. Keep Reading


"Whether" vs. "Whether or Not": Can I always remove the "or not"?


Posted 2016-07-13

"Whether" vs. 'Whether or Not' : Can I always remove the "or not"? Keep Reading


"If" vs. "Whether": Do you know (if/whether) you understand the difference?


Posted 2016-07-12

These days, the word "if" is often incorrectly substituted for of the word "whether". Here's the rule : The word "if" should be used in preparation for 1 scenario only. For example : Keep Reading


"I am well" vs. "I am good": The Correct Answer May Surprise You.


Posted 2016-07-12

Don't worry; if you're one of the many people who says "I am well" and/or "I feel differently" (both incorrect) during normal conversation, then I won't feel good (yes, James Brown had it right all along!) about correcting you. ; ) Keep Reading


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