Verbs are very important to build a sentence. They tell us what someone or something is doing. Learn more about them here! Continue reading What Is a Verb?
If you want to learn a new language, you need to understand a language’s grammar. Here, we’ll explain to you what a “noun” is. Continue reading What Is a Noun?
Who would’ve thought that one tiny symbol like an apostrophe (‘) could (rightfully) confuse so many people? They not only look so similar to other punctuation marks (like the single and double quotation marks, the prime symbol, and the acute accent) but also serve a couple of different purposes. But with a bit of training and knowing some simple rules, you’ll become the master of apostrophes in no time. Continue reading How to Use Apostrophes
Not much time has passed since we announced the transition of Grammatica becoming Typeright, and today’s the day: Typeright is out now for you to download on the App and Play Store! But that’s by far not all yet – with Typeright’s official release, we’re also incredibly proud and excited to show off our brand-new Translation Feature available for all iOS devices! Prep yourself for what’s about to come. Continue reading Typeright: Officially Released and Packed With Brand-New Feature
When we released Grammatica, we wanted to give our users the perfect tool to become more confident in their English writing and texting. Leveraging the power of complex AI systems, we created an app that checked your English grammar, fixed spelling errors, suggested (contextual) synonyms, helped you with wording, and set the perfect tone. Like every other success story, ours comes in chapters – and now it’s time for the next one. Continue reading Grammatica Becomes Typeright
We’re very happy to give you an understanding of the adverbs “as well,” and “too.” And we’re also delighted to tell you something about “also,” too. Ok, you might already guess where this is going, so let’s get started, shall we? Continue reading “Also” vs. “As well” vs. “Too”
What is a person? By definition, a “person” is any human being, one’s actual self, or someone’s individual personality. Thus, it is clearly distinguished from any animal or thing. So far, so good. But what is a person in its plural form? Persons? People? Well, both are grammatically correct and might seem to mean the same thing. But beware: when you need to choose one, choose wisely. Continue reading SOS English: People vs. Persons
Last but not least (and really: by far not least), we’ll talk about another crucial element of basic grammar: Adverbs. Adverbs are indeed quite similar to Adjectives. However, whereas Adjectives focus on describing nouns and tell us “what something or someone is like,” Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. In other words, adverbs tell us how, when, and where an action is performed. Continue reading Grammar Basics: Adverbs
Yes, you can. But sometimes you can not. Or cannot. Or can’t. Well, which one is it? Let’s find out in this article! Continue reading SOS English: Cannot vs. Can Not
Next to nouns and verbs, adjectives are essential to every meaningful sentence. There wouldn’t even be any exciting stories to tell if it wasn’t for adjectives. Simply put, adjectives describe to us “what something or someone is like.” But let’s dive deeper into the topic and show you how to identify an adjective when you see one. Continue reading Grammar Basics: Adjectives