Perogative or Prerogative? Which is correct?

There is some debate over whether the correct spelling is “perogative” or “prerogative.” The word comes from the Latin “prerogativa,” which means “privilege.” “Prerogative” is the correct spelling, while “perogative” is a misspelling. Where Prerogative Comes From The word prerogative has a long and interesting history. It first appeared in the English language in the …

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“Then” or “and Then”? What Is the Difference?

Should you use “then” or “and then” when combining two independent sentences? If both sound okay to you then you’re not alone. Many people use “then” and “and then” interchangeably and can not differentiate between them. But most authorities on English grammar consider “and then” to be grammatically correct instead of “then.” Read on to …

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