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Ever gotten called out for the difference between you’re and your? We’ve all been there–and we don’t ever want to go back. These insightful and interesting grammar articles will turn you into a word whiz quicker than you can blame autocorrect for your grammar faux pas.

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To Whom It May Concern: What It Means and How to Use It

There are times when we need to write important letters to people who we don't know, and who may be in positions of authority (for example, HR managers and future bosses). Here's how to begin letters and emails with this formal salutation—and when you shouldn't.

What’s the Correct Way to Pronounce “Caribbean”?

You've probably heard two distinct ways. Time to get to the bottom of it—is one actually right?


Uninterested vs. Disinterested: What’s the Difference?

Do these words mean the same thing, or are they different? Well, both. Find out how to use them correctly.


Compliment vs. Complement: What’s the Difference?

Pay someone a compliment—or is it complement? Here's how to tell the difference and never make that mistake again.


35 City Names Around the World You’re Mispronouncing

Sound like a native—or at least a savvy tourist—when you learn how to say these place names correctly.

10 Ways You’re Still Using Apostrophes Wrong

Its or it's? 70's or 70s? Here's how to tell.


20 Wine Terms True Wine Lovers Should Know How to Use

If you're over the age of 21, it's time to start trading up from terms like kegger and beer pong....