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Rechelle is the Managing Editor of the INK blog. She's an experienced SEO content writer, researcher, social media manager, and visual artist. She enjoys traveling and spending time anywhere near the sea with her family and friends.

Prepositional Phrase Guide: Complete With Definition and Examples

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Affect vs. Effect: The Easiest way to get it Right, Every Time

Hello Colleen. Apologies for the confusion. When used as a verb in a sentence, "influence" holds the same meaning as "affect". For instance, the sentence "Love can affect anyone." can also be written as "Love can influence anyone." Meanwhile, when "influence" is used as a noun in a sentence, it becomes synonymous with the word "effect." For example, the sentence "Her statement had a powerful effect on the students." can also be written as "Her statement had a powerful influence on the students." Hope this clears the confusion. Have a great day!

Whose vs. Who's: How to Use Them Correctly in Sentences

Hello Somya! The correct answer is "who's." Keep in mind that we use the contraction who's when we would otherwise be saying "who is" or "who has" (e.g. Who is your English teacher? = Who's your English teacher?). On the other hand, we use the possessive pronoun "whose" if we're asking to whom something belongs (e.g. Whose English class are you attending?).

Notwithstanding: What it Means and How to use it Best

You're welcome, David! Yes, saying "not unaffected" would be akin to saying it was affected by it. So, while it passed, opposition was voiced and thus had some impact or affect, even if it didn't stop its passing.

A Comprehensive Guide to Using Verb Tenses Properly in Writing

Hello Sejal! Learning English and being fluent in it has its benefits. For instance, it will allow you to communicate effectively with new people and get a deeper understanding of their culture. It will come in handy when you're traveling abroad, either for leisure or business. So to answer you question, yes, being fluent in English can be beneficial to you in the long run. Hope this answer helps. Have a great day!

Sympathy vs. Empathy: What's the Difference?

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Everyday vs. Every day: Here's how to Pick the Correct Word

Hi Satya! "Every day" is a phrase that means "each day." "Every" is an adjective that modifies the word "day." You can't use "every day" and "everyday" interchangeably, since the compound word "everyday" functions as an adjective. It describes things that we see or use on a daily basis. I hope this answer helps. Have a great day!

A Comprehensive Guide to Using Verb Tenses Properly in Writing

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