Levels range from tricky to fiendish, so there is something to test everyone, whether you're a
spelling aficionado or looking to improve your skills.
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Affect' and 'effect' are different in meaning, though frequently confused. Here's how to get it right.
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If you find grammatical terms confusing or hard to remember, this glossary of essential terms and clear definitions will help you.
words, phrases, and translations in our Spanish dictionary
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When you’re a Brit living in the United States, as I am, sooner or later – and it’s usually sooner, even if you’re trying