The words search and research look very similar. What’s the difference between the two? Let’s find out.
The words choose and chose are very often misused, even by native English-speakers. In this post, we’ll clarify the difference between the two.
In American English, a person from the United States is called an American.
While this may irritate Canadians, Mexicans, Colombians, Brazilians, and everyone else that also lives in North America or South America, the word American is almost always used to refer only to people, places, and things relating to the United States of America. Sorry, but we didn’t make the rules!
The contraction there’s is often used incorrectly, even by native speakers. It’s important to make sure the verb (to be) agrees with its object.
The currency of the United States is the U.S. Dollar (abbreviated as USD) and the symbol used is $. This symbol is called the dollar sign. Continue reading
If you follow startup websites, you’ve probably seen the term ramen profitable before. What does it mean?
Does it mean that your customers pay you in ramen noodles? Or that you’re selling ramen at a profit?
If you’re looking for a startup job, you probably have either a résumé or a CV. What’s the difference? Which one should you have?
In English, there are quite a few ways to say hello. You can use some phrases at any time, while other phrases should only be used at specific times of the day.
I often come across the phrase “many thanks” at the end of an email. It seems intuitively wrong to me, but is it actually, objectively, incorrect?
The words business, startup, and company are often used interchangeably. Do they all mean the same thing? Let’s find out!