Grammar Time With Jen

Kevin Feasel

2016-04-08

Syntax

Jen McCown explains the different between backup and back up:

Let it be known that the word “backup” is a noun (it refers to a thing), and “back up” is a verb (it refers to an action.

  • I’m going to back up the database.

  • It will produce a backup.

  • I’ll save that backup until we back up the database three more times.

Now back up a moment here; I need to come up with a backup plan…

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