5 Quick and Easy Grammar Tips


1. “The belief that ‘and’ should not be used to begin a sentence is without foundation. And that’s all there is to it.”
(author Bill Bryson, from ‘Troublesome Words’)

YOU’RE means YOU ARE (the clue is in the apostrophe – it shows there’s something missing).
YOUR means belonging to you.

Finding the Words by Vimages (Pierre Vignau)

UNIQUE means one-of-a-kind. Things can’t be quite unique or very unique. That’s impossible – like being a little bit pregnant. 

THEY’RE (they are) going THERE (place) to get THEIR (possessive) belongings.

 IT’S means IT IS (the apostrophe shows there’s something missing).

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