Some parts of English grammar can be very confusing. One common example is the difference between "it's" a contraction of "it is" and "its" a possessive pronoun. This page contains a grammar tip: "it's" vs "its".
Use tricks to remember the little differences between similar words, to avoid incorrect usage. This page contains grammar tips about "advice" vs "advise".
Certain words seem to frequently be confused and used incorrectly. This is a page about grammar tip: "than" vs "then".
There are many words in the English language the meanings of which are commonly confused. This is a page about the grammar tip: "affect" vs "effect".
Many words in the English language with very similar spellings are commonly confused. There are some easy tips that can help you remember the difference.