I use examples of fails from the Mail in my classes. Can you spot the clangers in these screenshots? One is a common Eggcorn and the other one is a misplaced modifier. Below is an example of generalisation – when… Read More ›
Who is the subject of a sentence (if you can replace it with he, then use who) Whom is the object of a sentence (if you can replace it with hiM, then use whoM)
Why do people say I could care less when they mean they don’t care at all? Saying I could care less LITERALLY says you care!
I love to have the Daily Fail, but it provides me with great fodder for my English lessons. The correct phrase is: