How’s you’re grammar?
Today we’re going to tackle these Notable Confusables:
- their, there, and they’re
- your and you’re
- its and it’s
Did you know that using these words incorrectly can make you appear uneducated?
In an earlier blog, I explained the difference between its and it’s. But today, let’s just have some fun taking a few short Internet quizzes to test your knowledge. They’re quick, painless, and provide immediate feedback!
Once you’ve taken these quizzes, give them to your children. The results will help you know where to focus your teaching efforts.
Take Some Grammar Quizzes!
So go have some fun today! Play around with these quizzes, make note of which words trip you (or your kids) up, and then commit to practicing till everyone feels confident. You can slay the Confusables Monster!
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Do you or your kids need some help tackling these Notable Confusables? The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation offers concise, helpful rules, examples, and practice exercises. It’s a combination reference book and workbook, super easy to use, and handy for home or office. Examples are short, simple, and practical. We know you’ll love it too! Want to read some reviews? Just click here.
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