Top 10 Most Common SAT Grammar Errors
Do you know the difference between a compliment and a complement? What about when it's appropriate to act discreetly versus discretely? Do you know whether to ask a counselor or a councilor about the correct usage of who and whom? The SAT will expect you to know all of these grammatical distinctions, and studying a quick list of the 10 most common errors is a great start and will help you to earn a few more points on the multiple choice writing section.
For the list, explanations for each term's correct usage, and tips on how to remember which word is which, proceed (or is it precede?) to my newest article, Top 10 Grammar Mistakes the SAT Hopes You Make.Have any insight on this topic? Want to ask a question or make a suggestion? Click here to leave a comment.
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