The English language is not sick.
Read Whole Story
For some reason, people just can't seem to get the difference between "they're" and "their" and "there." One is a contraction of they are, one is the ...
SPECIAL FROM Grandparents.com
Are you (or someone you love) making these grammar mistakes? End the confusion for good.
Read more from Grandparen...
When it comes to words, people have all sorts of pet peeves. Here are 11 made-up or misused words that drive us insane.
Once, in a psychotherapist's doctoral dissertation I was editing, I saw the word energize confused with enervate, and they have opposite meanings.
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more.