Just as knowing your prefixes can really help you to understand many more words, so does a good understanding of suffixes.
When you start to delve into sentence structure and grammar, you will often come across terms that are unfamiliar, or which you've forgotten about since those dull high school grammar lessons. In this article we investigate simple sentences, subjects, predicates, and objects.
ANTI and ANTE are both prefixes. They are added to the front of other words to create new words with new meanings. However, even though there is only one letter's difference between them, ANTI and ANTE have quite different meanings.
Personal pronouns often trip people up, both in written and spoken English. In this article I show you an easy way of figuring out how to get it right, every time!
English has many words that sound similar, and are even spelled similarly, but have quite different meanings. In this article we look at some such words, starting with B, and explain the differences between them.
Showing ownership is one of the bugbears of English. In this article we'll start with the singular possessive — how to show when one person or thing owns something.