1. Enrique

    Writing Tip: A While vs. Awhile

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    The old “a while” vs. “awhile” argument is definitely a confusing one for many since both sound the same.  They are even spelled the same if you take out the space between the first option.  With such confusion, how do you use these correctly? 
  2. Enrique

    Writing Tip: Toward vs. Towards

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    Have you ever been stumped as to whether you should use “toward” or “towards” when writing?  If so, you are not alone.  Both choices sound good, but which is the correct choice?  The answer is that both “toward” and “towards” are correct choices.  They mean the same thing, and you...
  3. Enrique

    Writing Tip: Your vs. You’re

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    Whether it’s on an internet message board or in print somewhere, “your” and “you’re” are often used incorrectly.  Sure, they do sound the same, but they definitely do not mean the same thing, and that is why learning the difference between the two is essential.
  4. Enrique

    Writing Tip | A Historic vs. An Historic

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    Believe it or not, many people have difficulty with using “a” and “an” before certain words. One particular word where confusion arises is “historic.” You have probably seen some people write “an historic” and others write “a historic.” Which is correct? The answer is the second option, and here is why.
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