Commonly confused words
Affect vs. Effect
Two of the easiest words in the English language to mix up, learn the difference between Affect and Effect, when each should be used and more.
Its vs. It's
In what context do you use its vs. it's? Learn what each determiner means, when to use them and how to remember their rules for next time.
Who vs. Whom
Who is there? Whom are you looking for? Master the delicate grammatical intricacies of when to use Who and Whom and you'll be the talk of the town.
Then vs. Than
Did you know, then and than mean two completely different things? Check out our post on the two seemingly related words to learn their true meanings.
I.e. vs. E.g.
The abbreviations i.e. and e.g. are two of the most mistakenly-used words in the writing world. But once you understand their meanings, it’ll be a no-brainer.
Further vs. Farther
Knowing the difference between “further” and “farther” can really showoff your grammar skills. Both words refer to distance, but not in the same way.