Here’s an article that highlights the most common grammar mistakes. Listen up, people!

The number one mistake is one that I am constantly finding when proofreading materials…

  1. Affect vs. effect. The easiest way to remember the difference between the two is that “affect” means “to influence.” So if you’re going to influence something, you will affect it. If it’s the result of something, it’s an effect.

Read the whole article here:

8 Common Grammar Mistakes You Should Never Make Again

Should that title really start with the numeral “8”? Hmmm.



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