Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups — Further vs Farther

I recently read a book, not to be named, where the author could NOT figure out the difference between further and farther. It occurred to me that this author was probably not the only one with this issue. Both have an essence of distance. Farther is physical distance. Further is metaphorical distance. FOR EXAMPLE: Rusty … Continue reading Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups — Further vs Farther

Grammar Wednesday: TENSES — something that happened

This is where it gets confusing for people. When writing in present tense about something that happened in the past. This is where past perfect comes into play when writing in past tense, and past tense comes into play when writing in present tense. Examples. Usually the easiest way to figure things out. PRESENT TO … Continue reading Grammar Wednesday: TENSES — something that happened