The bullseye is in the middle of a dartboard. You could say it’s in the center… or is it the centre? Read on to find out which word to use!Continue readingCenter or Centre: Which Should You Use?
The difference between enquire and inquire is subtle. The word you choose will depend on your location and formal the conversation is.Continue readingEnquire or Inquire: What’s the Difference?
The word on-site is typically used to describe a facility or service provided at a particular location. Is it OK to omit the hyphen?Continue readingOn-Site or Onsite: Which is Correct?
Licence and license are pronounced the same but spelled differently. Which version is correct? The answer depends on where you live.Continue readingLicence or License: What’s the Difference?
Diagnosis and diagnoses look and sound so similar! Let’s explore each word’s meaning and clarify when it’s appropriate to use each one.Continue readingDiagnosis or Diagnoses: Which Word Should You Use?