This infographic is a cheat sheet primarily for British English, covering mostly grammar and spelling. There is an in depth section on commonly confused homophones such as there, their and they’re, and when to use who and whom or me, myself and I. It also discusses grammar rules which can occasionally be safely broken, such as beginning a sentence with a conjunction, or ending a sentence with a preposition. It also includes a list of the most commonly misspelled words, as taken from a study of 3,500 British people. It also warns to be careful in the differences between American English and British English spelling, especially with words that have a z in the American spelling and an s in the British spelling. The infographic ends with a few basic rules about punctuation and writing in general, emphasizing rereading and editing your work.
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