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11 Common Grammatical Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

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Fewer vs Less is a good one.

Use "fewer" when discussing countable objects. For example, "He ate five fewer chocolates than the other guy," or "fewer than 20 employees attended the meeting."

Use "less" for intangible concepts, like time. For example, "I spent less than one hour finishing this report."

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