Whose vs. Who’s: Examples to Learn the Difference

Whose or who's examples

What’s Correct Spelling for These Homophones? Two of the most commonly confused words in the English language are “whose” (with an “e” and no apostrophe) and “who’s” (with an apostrophe and no “e”). What’s the difference between these homophones — … [Read More]

Everyday vs. Every Day: One Word or Two?

Everyday vs. Every Day

A Fun Lesson to Learn the Difference! In the 17 years I’ve been teaching English (or “ELA” as we cool kids call it), I’ve found that one of the most confusing concepts for students to learn while editing writing is … [Read More]

Aww or Awe? What’s the Difference?

Aww or Awe

Homophones are Frequently Mixed Up When two words sound the same but are spelled differently and mean different things, those are called homophones — and they can cause much confusion! A homophone that is frequently mixed up is “Awe” and … [Read More]

Tone and Mood Examples and Definitions: a Fun Lesson

How to find tone

What’s the Difference Between Mood vs. Tone? Oh hello! This is your friendly middle school teacher and artist, Lillie, here to explain one of the most common confusions in literary elements and English vocabulary. Whether you’re a student, a teacher, … [Read More]

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