Have you wondered how to use hyphens in a sentence? It is based on grammatical rules for making compound modifiers, which are two words joined. Learn more here.
The word "whom" is an objective pronoun that is used to replace other objective pronouns. The article is going to explore various uses of "whom" in a sentence.
Is it “champing” or “chomping at the bit?” Have you heard or read this expression before? Learn more about it here so the next time you’ll use it correctly.
The phrase “deem it necessary” has a certain decisiveness to it. It can also be modified greatly. Click on to learn how to use it in a sentence and more.
The term "despite" refers to not prevented by, not influenced by, or without taking any notice. The post will ascertain the correct use of the word.
Circa is a word that means approximately when writing about dates. This word is often misused. Click here to learn when and how you should use it correctly.