Grammar vs. grammer: what’s the difference? “Grammer” doesn’t exist! It’s a very common mistake to misspell “grammar” as G-R-A-M-M-E-R.
There’s NO “e” in the word grammar; the correct spelling is G-R-A-M-M-A-R. But when we speak, we pronounce it like “er” – grammer, not gram-MAR – so that’s why people often misspell it with -er. It’s an understandable error.
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There are actually lots of words in English that end with -ar or -or in an unstressed syllable, and we pronounce them more like -ER. Let’s practice more of these words.
English words ending in -AR
Note that there are some words that end in -ar where we do pronounce it “ARE” – like guitar, radar, avatar. But the other ones we just practiced all sound like -er even though they’re spelled with -ar at the end.
English words ending in -OR
Now let’s practice some that are spelled with -or… but again, pronounced like “er.”
There’s no need to debate between grammar or grammer – the correct way is ALWAYS “grammar.”
I hope my lessons are helping you learn English grammar easily!
Thanks for practicing with me – now you know how to say AND write these words correctly!