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Category: Grammar

A Gram of Grammar: Parallel Construction

When we speak or write, our brains process words quicker if they are uniform in structure. Using parallel construction makes understanding the content much easier. Let’s take a look at how this works. Read this sentence out loud: A successful meeting requires a prepared agenda, to discuss key topics and agreeing on next steps. A Read more »

Two construction cranes parallel to each other

A Gram of Grammar: Less vs. Fewer

Do you know when to use “less” versus “fewer”? Since their meanings are similar, it can be tricky. Here’s a simple way to help you remember. “Less” is used with mass nouns or nouns that deal with a volume or an amount of something. Less Example: We have less time to finish the project than last time. Read more »

Less vs. Fewer on Scrabble Board