Easy Furniture Web Tip #306: Quick Grammar Lookup
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This will be my last time on grammar tips for your website writing. For awhile.
Rather than giving you specific examples of typical problems, I’ll simply show you how I solve my problems.
When I run up against a problem with grammar, I simply do an Internet search. For example here is a search for “everyone vs. every one” and this is the result:
The above search was performed on the privacy browser DuckDuckGo but Google has the same top result.
However, Google summarizes the information from the above site in a more succinct manner that helps you to get your answer faster without having to click through to the site.
This is a great way to find answers to any tricky words and phrases …
- everytime vs every time
- everything vs every thing
- anytime vs any time
- have vs. has
- what vs which
- beside vs besides
- full-time vs full time
It’s kind of fun to learn the wonderful way our language works.
Easy Furniture Web Tip 306: When in doubt about a grammar issue simply do an Internet search and find your answer promptly.
Katherine Andes specializes in web content development and SEO — including page customization for storefront and franchise websites. Visit BetterWebSales.com or phone her at (559) 309-2940.
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