Tag Archives: US English

Who or Whom?

The confusion between “who” and “whom” is one of the most common problems writers face. “Who” is used as the subject of a verb or complement of a linking verb. It’s a nominative pronoun. “Whom” is used as the object … Continue reading

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General Rules About Abbreviations

This post outlines basic rules about abbreviations. There is a bewildering variety of standards, which will be explained in more detail in subsequent posts about specific categories of abbreviation, but the following guidelines cover an array of general types. Use … Continue reading

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