English Grammar Corner - Common Comparisons

Table of Contents

Older vs. Elder – What’s the Difference?
Since and For - What is the difference?
Have To or Must - The Differences
So and Such – The Differences in Usage
Whom and Whose - How to use them in English
Everyday vs. Every day - What's the Difference?
British English vs. American English: 40 Differences Illustrated
Specially vs. Especially - What's the Difference?
How to Use Neither and Either
The Difference Between ON Time vs. IN Time
There Is vs. There Are
Do & Make: What's the difference?

 


Grammar corner Older vs. Elder – What’s the Difference?

Older vs. Elder – What’s the Difference?
Older and elder are two similar sounding words that can sometimes be used incorrectly by both native and non-native English speakers. Let’s take a look at how they should be used correctly. ...

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Grammar corner Have To or Must - The Differences

Have To or Must - The Differences
"Have to" and "must" are both used to show that something is necessary, but there are some differences. Let’s understand how to use these words with some with natural English examples below....

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Grammar corner Specially vs. Especially - What's the Difference?

Specially vs. Especially - What's the Difference?
In many situations, the two words "specially" and "especially" are used with the same meaning, but this is not always correct. Let's take a closer look at the difference between "specially" and "especially"....

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Grammar corner How to Use Neither and Either

How to Use Neither and Either
The words "neither" and "either" are often confused by English learners around the globe. The word "either" sometimes has a similar meaning as the word "neither" but they are often used incorrectly. Below, we take a look at the differences so you can use (and teach!) these words correctly and with confidence. ...

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Grammar corner There Is vs. There Are

There Is vs. There Are
We use "there is" and "there are" to say that something exists. The two phrases are often confused so below we take a look at the differences between "there is" and "there are". ...

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Grammar corner Do & Make: What's the difference?

Do & Make: What's the difference?
The verbs "do" and "make" are among the most used words in the English language. These two words often confuse English learners because they often use one verb for both in their native language (like "hacer" in Spanish). To help your students understand this better, take a look at the following chart below showcasing the difference between "do" and "make"....

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