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Embarrassing grammar mistakes are avoidable—avoid them with our writing tips on the most commonly asked questions related to English (and grammar). Find frequently confused homophones like “you’re” and “your”, “too” vs “to”, and “bear with” vs. “bare with”.

Is it Anyways or Anyway?

Anyway is correct, without the -s. Anyways is considered incorrect and improper English (don’t spell anyways with an -s).

Is it Cancelled or Canceled?

Is cancelled one L or two? Does it have something to do with which side of the pond you’re from? You guessed it.

Is it In Between, Inbetween, or Between?

Dave Matthew said “sometimes it’s the Space Between that ‘keeps us coming back for more.’ Especially when you’re unsure if there’s a space between in and between.