Though illogical, worst comes to worst is the correct phrase. If worst comes to worst you can apply for a refund.
With regard to, without an s, is the correct phrase. Note that often you can substitute words such as on, about, or concerning. He notified us with regard to (on, about, concerning) the cost.
Who’s is the contraction for who is. Who’s that person you are recommending for the position? Who’s can also mean who has. Who’s been sending money to the charity anonymously? Whose is the possessive form of who. Whose report card shows the most improvement from last year?
Though some people today tend to ignore the difference in these words, careful writers and speakers retain this distinction of nominative and objective pronoun case. To choose the correct pronoun of who or whom, you need to recognize whether the pronoun is being used as a subject (the nominative form) or an object (the objective […]
Whither means to what place. “Whither thou goest, I will go.” (Ruth 1:16) Wither means to dry up or shrivel from lack of moisture. The plants in the green house wither without sufficient water.