Sunday, October 4, 2015

#Grammar Tips #Writing Tips

Compare to or Compare with.

To compare to  is to point out resemblances between objects regarded as important but of a different order; to compare with is to point out the differences between objects regarded as of the same order. We can compare actual life to a drama, or we can compare our form of government with that of another country.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

#Writing Tips #Grammar Tips

Disinterested. This words means "impartial." It is often confused with uninterested which means one is not interested in...

Allude is often confused with elude. You allude to a speech or point of reference. You elude someone who is pursuing you. To allude is to mention, indirectly.

Allusion. It is often confused with illusion. Allusion means "an indirect reference." Illusion is an unreal impression or image.