Lorraine Forrest-Turner

Grammar tips

E.g. means ‘for example’ (from the Latin ‘exempli gratia’) while i.e. means ‘in other words’ or ‘that is’ (from the Latin ‘id est’).

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We have several relative pronouns, which can be confusing.

Use ‘who’ and ‘that’ for people and use ‘which’ and ‘that’ for things.

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Why is ‘anywhere’ okay but ‘anyplace’ wrong? And in the US, ‘anytime’ is okay.

Don’t assume that all ‘any’ words can be joined.

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The words ‘bimonthly’, ‘biweekly’ and ‘biannually’ confuse most people.

Does ‘bi’ mean that something happens once every two weeks/months/years or twice every one week/month/year?

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Ever get confused with the homophones ‘bear’ and ‘bare’?

‘Bare’ only ever means naked or uncovered.

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Lorraine is a trainer for the PRCA
Lorraine is a trainer for the PRCA
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