Friday, October 23, 2015

afterwards/afterwords: Common Errors in English Usage Entry for Friday, October 23, 2015

Like “towards,” “forwards,” and “homewards,” “afterwards” ends with -wards.

“Afterwords” are sometimes the explanatory essays at the ends of books or speeches uttered at the end of plays or other works. They are made up of words.

Episode 4 of The Common Errors in English Usage podcast is all about synonyms.

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