Before h, use 'an' if the h is silent (eg: an hour, an heir) and use 'a' if the h is not silent (eg: a hero, a hotel, a historian).
Common errors in English language use include:
Also refer to Inclusive language.
Where possible avoid italics on websites as some users may have difficulty in reading italics on screens. However italics can be used to represent titles such as newspaper publications. For example:
Also refer to Latin words and phrases.
Phrases such as the following would typically be italicised:
Some expressions, which are accepted as part of our English lexicon, do not require italics:
If a clause is definitive, use 'that'. Use 'which' if a clause is descriptive. 'Which' is usually preceded by a comma. For example:
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21 January, 2014