Simple answers to your English problems
When you have question about the English language, be it about spelling or grammar, who do you turn to for help? All you want is a simple answer to your question, not a complete lesson in grammar. A dictionary will help you with spelling, but will not help with other things. A good book can help, but is it written in plain English that is easy to understand? Is it up to date?
Turning to your friends can be of help, but quite often then don't really know either. Others may give you advice based on what they were taught in school by their teacher, but can this information be relied upon?
Searching on the internet for more information about a specific word's usage can be a very hit-and-miss affair. Sometimes the advice applies to American English when you are using British English and other times the information can be wrong.
The English Usage section of whichenglish.com aims to be the best online resource for everyday English problems. It is aimed at native speakers, professionals and learners of English alike. The site already features hundreds of definitions and more will be added on a weekly basis.
Whichenglish.com gives you the answers instead of telling you off. You will find friendly tips for improving your English, especially in the written form, such as common errors, clichés, similar words, jargon best avoided and capitalisation.
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