Grammar

similar

Similar of/to/like/with/as – Which is the correct preposition with SIMILAR?

“Similar TO” is the correct phrase in English. “To” is the dependent preposition that goes with “similar”. You look similar to your sister. Fanta is similar to orange juice. Similar To It is called a dependent preposition when we use “to” with “similar”. This means that the preposition “to” always comes after “similar”.  There are …

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didn't do nothing anything

“I didn’t do nothing” or “I didn’t do anything”? Which is correct?

“I didn’t do anything” is correct in standard English grammar. In many parts of the English-speaking world, people say ”I didn’t do nothing”. When you have a negative sentence(did not in this case), you need to use “anything”. “Nothing” is a word that you can use to make a sentence negative so there is no …

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tomorrow's meeting

Tomorrow’s meeting or Tomorrows meeting? Which is correct?

We use tomorrow’s meeting to describe a meeting that is held tomorrow. Tomorrow’s meeting is correct.Tomorrows meeting is incorrect. We need the apostrophe s to show the possessive form. This means that the meeting belongs to tomorrow. The two words(tomorrow, meeting) are connected. Tomorrows(without the apostrophe) is not grammatically incorrect but it isn’t common in …

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