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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 25)

Today from Grammar.net, some musical idioms.   Do you have any favorite grammar battle? Do share. As always, if you have a favorite infographic or tips to share, please feel free to comment. Source: Musical Idioms from Grammar.net.

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Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 24)

Today from Grammar.net, modals of necessity. Modals of Necessity There are three: have to, have got to and must. When these appear, they show that something is necessary and not an option. They can illustrate a one-time or recurring requirement.

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Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 23)

A super interesting one today, about subjunctives. The question is simple: I wish I were or I wish I was – which one of them is correct usage? Answer: Both. Each has to be used in its specific context. From

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Grammar Demons, Take That (Part 22)

A simple topic today, with an usual, informative chart from Grammar.net. It all about the conditionals–whether and if. Do you have any favorite grammar battle? Do share. As always, if you have a favorite infographic or tips to share, please

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