The conditional perfect, would have, refers to a missed opportunity in the past. In informal speech, it contracts to would’ve, not “would of.”
Do you know what the difference is between hers and her’s? (Hint: one of them does not exist.)
These three English words all mean “to make sure or certain” and are commonly confused, even by native speakers. I assure you that lesson will ensure you understand the difference between assure, ensure, and insure.
Mistakes made with these two English pronouns have been increasing exponentially for years. The difference is actually very simple – let me explain I vs me to you.
Maybe and may be are almost identical, but that little space makes a big difference that may be confused by native speakers. Maybe this lesson will help you understand.