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Neither is singular

The writer and editor for Yahoo! Sports gave this sentence the thumbs-up. But neither was correct:

As a pronoun, neither is singular.


Did you really mean to write did?

I’m fatally unhip and tragically pop-culturally challenged, so maybe I’m wrong. Maybe this headline on the home page of Yahoo! Beauty isn’t a sign of the apocalypse; maybe it’s just a sign of current slang: 82 more words


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Word of the Day: Impgnorate


Definition: (v)


1) to pawn or mortgage something

Word to the Wise: baffle

baffle (verb) – confuse, be or make unable to understand

baffled/baffling (adjective) – confused/confusing, unable to understand

Examples of how you can use baffle: 92 more words


Easy Grammar: Was and Were

Was and were are used for the past. (To be precise: in the past simple, and also in the past progressive tense.)

Now we’ll talk about was and were only in the… 487 more words


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Today marks the last day of the verbs and Grammar of the Week collaboration. I’m also going to introduce a new concept we will be going over during the next Grammar of the Week. 64 more words

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