If you aren't sure, then listen to MANA's new audio series, Bare Essentials Bits: All You Wanted to Ask About a Grammatical/
Writing Tidbit but Were Too Embarrassed To Ask!
The 5-minute audio will address a spelling challenge or grammatical issue that stumps or confuses writers. For instance: Do you know when to use "its" and "it's"? The series will also explore punctuation marks, apostrophes and commas. And so, for anyone challenged by a grammatical tidbit, listen to Bare Essentials Bits! To download more formats, including mp3, click on the Internet Archive icon of the right-hand side of the player.
If you have any questions that you would like to ask, feel free to email MANA at firstname.lastname@example.org for an explanation.
Want to learn more about verbs and verb errors? Then, listen to this week's episode:
1. What's the difference between "affect" vs. "effect" and how are they used? Click HERE to listen for the answer on the August 10, 2017 episode on MANA's Internet Archive page.
2. When do you use "come" vs. "came"? "did" vs. "done"? run" vs. "ran"? saw" vs. "seen"?Click HERE to listen to the August 17, 2017 episode on MANA's Internet Archive page.
3. When do you use "there," "they're," and "their"? Click HERE to listen to the August 23, 2017 episode on MANA's Internet Archive page.