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28 Boring Words and What to Use Instead

I’m a big, huge fan of infographics. There’s nothing better, in my opinion, than having information presented in graphical format. In today’s busy times, graphics–fast and to-the-point–deliver the message like nothing else. Besides, information presented graphically is also far more

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Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 30)

Fun and a very helpful tip-sheet today. It’s all about tricky misused expressions. I can never keep my “care less” straight, so this is very handy indeed. Do you have any favorite grammar battle? Do share. As always, if you

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Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 29)

Prepositions are hardly formidable words, yet, they cause a great deal of confusion. This handy infographic from grammar.net makes a concise list of usage tips. Do you have any favorite grammar battle? Do share. As always, if you have a

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Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 28)

Irregular plurals are words whose plurals don’t form by adding -s or -es to them. There are lots of exceptions to the rule, for example, adding -ves, compound noun plurals, using the same word. The infographic lists them all, so

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Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 27)

Conditional Clauses were a bit intimidating when I first heard of them in grade school. Since then I’ve heard from many who have faced similar fears when wrangling conditional clauses. What are these dreaded things I speak of? From Grammar.net:

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