Category Archives: Grammars

S/he for he or she

April 4, 2021 Happy Easter! While blogging today, I learned something new. Before this, I am have bothered by writing “he or she” as I find it tedious especially if I have to keep on repeating the phrase in the … Continue reading

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Advice vs Advise

Advice vs Advise by Reynaldo O Josonon Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 9:29pm · Physicians commonly give verbal advices to patients.  They also commonly place a note in their medical records that they gave advice to their patients.  In their … Continue reading

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Common Mistake among Physicians in Writing the Age of Patient as Compound Adjective

Common Mistake among Physicians in Writing the Age of Patient as Compound Adjective by Reynaldo O Josonon Friday, February 17, 2012 at 6:59pm · In medical recording and reporting done by medical students, residents, fellows, and full-pledged physicians as well, … Continue reading

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