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Online Dictionary of English Pronunciation - How to Pronounce English words

Online Dictionary of English Pronunciation - How to Pronounce English words | Writing tips and grammar | Scoop.it
A free online Talking English Pronunciation Dictionary - simply mouse over your entry to hear it pronounced. American and British spellings, with alternative pronunciations.
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Who's On First? | Cheryl Norman – Grammar Cop

Who's On First? | Cheryl Norman – Grammar Cop | Writing tips and grammar | Scoop.it
Who is on first? The who's / whose dilemma is a close cousin to it's / its. You can avoid mistakes by remembering that possessive pronouns don't need apostrophes; contractions do. Who's is a contraction of who and is, just as ...

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Avoiding Apostro-tastrophe: The Possessive Apostrophe | Sticking to ...

Avoiding Apostro-tastrophe: The Possessive Apostrophe | Sticking to ... | Writing tips and grammar | Scoop.it
Possessive Pronouns. This may seem counter intuitive, but when you're dealing with pronouns (hers, his, its, yours, ours, theirs), do not use an apostrophe. This is because the pronoun you're using already indicates ...
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