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Is It Correct to Say “Deers”?

In the English language, we usually use “s” or “es” to show the plurality of a noun. However, some nouns have irregular plural forms that can really throw us off. For instance, is it correct to say “deers”? The commonly accepted plural of “deer” is “deer.” However, dictionaries like Merriam-Webster and dictionary.com have recently recognized …

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In learning any language, it is important to get things in the right order. For instance, the words “worker’s” and “workers’” have all the same ingredients: the noun “worker,” an apostrophe, and an additional -s, but they don’t mean the same thing. So how do you know when to use “worker’s” or “workers’,” using the …

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Do You End a Question With For?

We’ve all heard the old rule: never end a sentence with a preposition. But as language evolves and times change, does the supposed “rule” still stand? Can you end a question with the preposition “for”? You can end a question with the preposition “for.” Despite the traditional assumption that you should never end a sentence …

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Why Do We Call It Present Perfect?

The present perfect tense is contradictory by nature. It uses present tenses to indicate something is happening at the moment. But, it also uses past participles, which shift events to a time frame that has passed.  We call it the present perfect tense because it uses present verb tenses, specifically “has” or “have,” depending on …

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