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Whether you're working on an essay, article, or letter, you probably plan to write until you've covered everything you need to say.
Think about some technology-inspired words in English. You know what it means to "Instagram" or "Google" something, right?
The verb choose describes the act of making a decision or choosing something out of several different options.
Writing ‘yay or nay’ instead of ‘yea or nay’ is one of the most common misspellings in the English language.
The formal title of Ms. is the modern and polite way to address a woman who is unmarried or whose marital status is unknown.
The phrases “my apology” and “my apologies” are both grammatically correct, but how we use them in sentences can look very different.
Here’s the short answer—novel chapters tend to be 3,000-5,000 words. James Patterson’s chapters have 250-500 words, though. So, what’s a writer to do?
Whether you're penning a short story or writing a research paper, you may come across a situation where you need to quote another quotation