From time to time people make mistakes; after all, we’re only human. Here are a few we regularly see…
If you’re not up to speed on your apostrophes, follow the simple rule of, if in doubt, leave it out!
Different than vs. Different from
Things are different from one another. If you’re using the phrase ‘different than’ in a sentence it is grammatically wrong!
Could of, would of, should of
The above is incorrect; here is what should be said:
People make this mistake because the terms, could’ve, should’ve and would’ve sound like could of, should of, and would of. Remember the apostrophe is used as a contraction (see first point), to shorten could have, should have, would have.
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