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As you may have noticed, sometimes commas flank a phrase beginning with "such as." On other occasions, "such as" appears without a comma.
Envy is a noun or verb that describes the resentful longing of advantages possessed by another.
Have you ever heard someone described as a goody two-shoes and been a little confused?
When you indulge in a game of Scrabble or Words with Friends, impress your friends with an influx of words that start with the letter I.
Thru is the informal American spelling of the word through.
If you heard the phrase beating a dead horse and were confused by its meaning—and maybe also felt a little upset or sick to your stomach—you aren’t alone.
Like most language enthusiasts, you probably long for a larger vocabulary. Don't lallygag!
Alright and all right are essentially the same word, but “all right” is the correct spelling for standard English.