LS Refresher 43: Fill Up, Fill Out, Fill In

Every week, we will post an LS refresher.  Check out this week’s refresher and please don’t forget to answer the short quiz after.

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Grammar Nanny gave the following rules  that will help us learn how to use fill out, fill in, and fill out properly.

Fill up: It means to make full or fill a container (or anything) with something up.

Fill in:  It means to supply something that’s missing; to enter something (one field or a few fields only; not the whole form) on a form; to substitute for an absent colleague at work.

Fill out: It means to complete a form or a survey by supplying the needed information  (not just one field or a few fields, but the whole or entire form).

For more info on this topic, please click here.

To take the quiz, please click here.


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