Category: grammar

English: grammar: different than vs different from

Tutoring English, grammar is Queen. The tutor talks about “different from” and “different than.” I recall my mother’s always correcting the combination different than, saying it should instead be different from. Yet, I’ve seen different than in an English textbook.

English: use of which

Tutoring English, grammar inevitably arises. The tutor mentions a use of which he’s long considered. Decades ago I read a humorous article I really liked that included something like this: He didn’t like that dish. Which is why he always

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