Generally speaking, I, like most people, use Google whenever I need something, especially when I need to know how to use a certain word or phrase. It’s just easier to ‘Google It.’ When I have two words, I would google them both to see which one is more common or which one makes better sense. There’s this cool new thing called Phras.in which lets you do the same thing but faster, and more creative. To make it work properly, just type in the words “in style” in the top text box and “with style” in the bottom text box. By the time I’m done typing, I can see that “in style” got 43.4 million hits, while “with style” has only 23.5 million hits. The search is live, and extremely fast. You don’t even have to hit Enter or Return, because it auto-populates while you type! If you’re still not sure of your choices or you want to see how the words or phrases are really used, just click the big Contextualixe ’em button to get Google results for that word or phrase in a natural sentence. Try it out and let me know what you come up with!