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If you intend to write a paper, an article, or a book, you may want to refer to some of the research you’ve done.
Although it may sound like a quote from the Bible, this popular saying actually doesn’t appear anywhere in Judeo-Christian scripture or text.
Have you ever been invited to an event and had the host say to you, “Be there or be square!”? Did you know what they meant?
A check gives you an easy way to move money from your checking account into another person's account.
You’ve spent all day planning an elaborate prank on a friend when they appear in front of you and say, “The jig is up!” What do they mean?
As is the case with so many of today’s popular expressions, we’ve got William Shakespeare to thank for this phrase. Read on to learn all about cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war.
You may have heard someone talking about third person POV in an English class or on a writers' panel. What does it mean?
Premier and premiere originate from the same word, but they have different meanings.