‘I’ or ‘me’?

  Do you get confused over the use of “I” and “me” after other nouns or pronouns? ‘I’ refers to the person performing the action of a verb. I want to go. This is the one I like. You and I need to get ready. Tom and I are going to the movies. ‘Me’ refers...

Aiyah, English So Difficult

Homophones, Heteronyms and Homographs   Words with the same kind of spelling can be pronounced in a variety of different ways. Take ‘ough’ for example: If that wasn’t bad enough, even if words have the same spelling, they can also be pronounced differently and have different meanings: English also includes the most words that have...

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