ESL and ESOL are both acronyms that pertain to the learning of English, although they have slightly different meanings. Some schools use ESL for their English classes, while others use ESOL. ESL: English as a Second Language Focus: ESL … [Read more...] about ESL vs ESOL – what’s the difference?
English Grammar Mistakes
The short answer is "diagnoses". The plural of diagnosis The plural form of "diagnosis" is "diagnoses", not "diagnosises". The difference between the two noun forms is the number of instances or findings of diagnoses, in other words, multiple … [Read more...] about What is the Plural of Diagnosis?
some are Generally used when referencing multiple items or instances. some is Compared to "some are", "some is" is less common in sentences, but can be used when addressing uncountable or singular nouns. Here are some real examples of … [Read more...] about some are or some is
farther Farther is an adjective that is used to describe physical distance. It refers to the greater physical distance between two objects or places. further Further is an adjective or adverb that is used to refer to the degree or extent … [Read more...] about farther vs further
"Some of them have" is the correct phrase because "them" is plural. One exception - when "some" is modifying an uncountable noun (see our examples here), we use a singular verb. … [Read more...] about some of them have or some of them has