Mar 13, 2015 ... When you hear someone using grammar incorrectly do you make an assumption
about his or her intelligence or education? There's no doubt ...
A phrase is two or more words that do not contain the subject-verb pair necessary
to form a clause. Phrases can be very short or quite long. Here are two ...
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In fact, most people don't even know the correct phrase unless they look it up (I
sure .... I'm about to get a little grammar nerdy with my explanation so get ready.
Aug 10, 2013 ... Here are 44 common phrases that you might be saying or using wrong, some of
... Leave your own grammar pet peeves in the comments.
A clause is a group of words containing a subject and verb. A phrase is a group
of words without a subject-verb component, used as a single part of speech.
Dec 17, 2015 ... Let's not look at grammar as a cold, harsh mistress. She can also be a ... It's a
verb phrase, just like my use of "split up" in the previous sentence.
Feb 12, 2016 ... Unless you consider yourself a Grammar Nazi, odds are that you have flubbed up
at least one of the phrases on this list. But before the burning ...
Welcome to English Grammar 101, the newest category on Daily Writing Tips. I
thought that ... On this first post we'll cover sentences, clauses and phrases.
Yes, it's grammatically correct. That construction isn't as old-fashioned as it's
claimed to be, but it does occur more often in speech, particularly in law courts as