Up On vs Upon

Up On = location that is elevated (e.g. Up on the mountain, there is plenty of fresh air.) Upon = a formal and antiquated version of  the word ‘on’, and sometimes “used to show that something happens soon after, and often because of, something else.”* (e.g. Upon seeing her test grade, she contacted the teacherContinue reading “Up On vs Upon”

Leaving Time to Proofread

The following link to a CBC article calls attention to the importance of leaving enough time to proofread. Spelling error on bronze plaque unveiled by Queen cost taxpayers $4K to fix A plaque the Queen unveiled at Canada’s high commission in London fixed after spelling error spotted  

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