Some words, for example, there, their and they’re, sound very similar, so it’s easy to mix them up. However, it looks unprofessional to get these wrong. Here’s my explanation of the difference between there, their and they’re.
A lot of websites I have seen recently seem to use e.g. and i.e. interchangeably. However, they mean different things, and proper usage uses only the correct one. Which one should you use?
When do you need to put commas between adjectives?
A committee disagrees with the proposal.
A committee disagree among themselves.
‘Red big bus’ or ‘big red bus’?