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Someday vs some day: What’s the difference?

someday vs some day

Learn the difference between "some day" and "someday," and see examples of how to use them in a sentence.

Subjective vs objective: What’s the difference?

Subjective vs. objective

Learn the difference between subjective and objective, which are opposite philosophical terms. Take a quiz to test your understanding.

Then vs. than: What’s the difference?

Then vs. than

Then is used to describe an event or subject in relation to time. Than is often used as a preposition to compare and contrast two subjects in the same sentence.

Who or whom: What’s the difference?

Who-or-whom-checker

Who and whom are both interrogative pronouns, except who is used for sentence subject pronouns and whom is used in place of an object pronoun.