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A Blogger's Refresher Course In English Grammar [4 Infographics]

I'm a real stickler when it comes to proper English grammar and punctuation. That doesn't mean I'm good at it, it just means it matters a lot to me. I'm constantly learning about it, and I read tons of articles on the topic. There was one article I read about a year ago (I wish I could remember where it was), and it gave a very strong argument for why the word 'that' is unnecessary about 80% of the time it's used. That article truly changed my way of thinking, and now I delete the word…

The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English. Debatable but these truly are lovely wo… The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English. Debatable but these truly are lovely words. I DO love how some words just stay with you because of their intrinsic beauty. Writing Words, Writing Help, Writing Tips, Writing Prompts, Essay Writing, Writing Poetry, Persuasive Writing, Writing Quotes, Writing Skills

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English Weather Idioms

Do you feel under the weather or are you lightning fast? Have a look at our fun illustration! Discover how you can use weather idioms in everyday conversation.