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Grammar check markup/similar words 10 Most Common Grammar Mistakes to Check For In Your Writing

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1) They're vs Their vs There

Their less likely to cause trouble. They're less likely to cause trouble.

Their is a new house down the street. There is a new house down the street.

2) Its vs It's

Its a good day today. → It's a good day today.

3) Then vs Than

It was larger then the requirement stated. It was larger than the requirement stated.

4) Dangling Modifiers

Having walked on the bridge, a wallet was found. While having walked on the bridge, we found a wallet.

5) Lose vs Loose

I will not loose my wallet. I will not lose my wallet.

6) Farther vs Further

The student read farther in the textbook. The student read further in the textbook.

7) Subject Verb Agreement

A small percentage of the people wants a job. → A small percentage of the people want a job.

Twenty dollars are due. Twenty dollars is due.

8) Use of Commas

We have dogs, cats and a hamster. We have dogs, cats, and a hamster.

9) Who vs That

The lady that just joined went with us today. The lady who just joined went with us today.

10) Less vs Fewer

Less people attended than before. Fewer people attended than before.

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