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These two conversational phrases are similar, but not exactly the same. Grammarly explains the proper situations for using each one.
In additional to this infographic, Grammar.net gives plenty of examples of when to use apostrophes and when to leave them out.
Have you ever been told that your writing is too choppy or that your sentences are too simple? Mark at Daily Writing Tips leads you through five ways to combine sentences and make your writing flow.
The title says it all! Mary writes for native English speakers, but her advice is easy to understand and full of good information for English learners.
It’s a good question, and as Ashley from Oxford Dictionaries explains, it doesn’t have any easy answer.