Conor

Conor is the founder of One Minute English and has been an English teacher for 10 years. He has recently moved to teaching English online and is building courses to help English learners around the globe!

Is it “One Of My Favorite” or “One Of My Favorites”?

“One of my favorite” is correct only when you add the plural noun after “favorite”.  “One of my favorites” is correct when the following noun is implied(it has usually already been said). Examples: Oh, this is one of my favorite songs.    Oh, this song is the best. It is one of my favorites.                As you …

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Do You Need to Use a Comma before ‘Otherwise?’ 

In almost every circumstance, you should insert a comma following the word “otherwise.” It is an example of an adverb used in the conjunctive role, which connects two clauses with each other. When connecting two separate clauses, it functions most effectively. Otherwise, the placement of a comma before the word “otherwise” is never appropriate.  When …

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