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What Does the Road to Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions Mean?

Good intentions are, well, a good thing! Hell, on the other hand, isn’t so great. So what could the two possibly have to do with one another?

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Learnt vs learned?

Learnt (UK) and learned (US) are past tense forms of the irregular verb “learn.”

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Presume vs assume?

The verbs presume and assume each mean “take for granted,” but assume also describes the act of pretending, absorbing responsibility, or taking over a role.

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Afterward or afterwards?

Americans use “afterward” for formal writing, but “afterwards” is the standard spelling outside of the United States.

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Words That Start With D: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

If you dream of developing your vocabulary, why not delight in words that start with the letter D?

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When to Use a Comma Before “Including”

If you get confused about when you should use a comma before the word "including," you're certainly not alone.

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How to Cite a Lecture in APA Style

The American Psychological Association publishes style and grammar guidelines, designed to assist psychology professionals, academics, and students with formal writing.

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The Abbreviation for Pages: What Is It and How Is It Used?

Do you want to know how to abbreviate the word pages?  We’ll be taking a look at the meaning of the word and its abbreviations.

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The Abbreviation for Million: What Is It and How to Use It?

Are you looking for the abbreviation of the word million? Here, we’ll study the word million and explore its meaning, origin, and synonyms.

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The Abbreviation for Lieutenant: What is it and how is it used?

Are you looking for the abbreviation for lieutenant? Look no further. In this article, we’ll define the word lieutenant, explore its origin, history, and uses.

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What Does the Road to Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions Mean?

Good intentions are, well, a good thing! Hell, on the other hand, isn’t so great. So what could the two possibly have to do with one another?

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What Does the Buck Stops Here Mean?

The phrase the buck stops here is a classic idiom, in that it’s difficult to figure out the saying’s meaning just by looking at the individual words that comprise it.

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What Does No Quarter Mean?

If you’ve ever heard the phrase no quarter, you may be quick to think it has something to do with money—more specifically, a lack of pocket change.

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