Correct Word Usage
The Usage section is designed to address common errors on English word usage ESL learners and teachers often make. Every post answers a specific question on word usage through various examples and straightforward explanations. One word or expression is discussed at a time to allow clear comprehension and thorough understanding of the word usage rule.
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