Griff is expecting a tedious afternoon of couple’s tennis when he reluctantly agrees to stand in for a friend. But tension mounts when he meets Sloan, who just happens to be engaged to his friend’s business associate. Personalities clash and sparks fly when the stunning socialite and the rough edged athlete discover that their dislike for each other belies an irresistible physical attraction.
Should there be an apostrophe in "its"? What's the difference between "i.e." and "e.g."? Should I write "ensure" or "insure"? What's wrong with the word "lite"? Should I say "who" or "whom"? Should I write "My partner and I" or"My partner and me"? Is it correct to say "May I" or "Can I"?Find the answers to these-and many other-grammatical puzzles…
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