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Good vs. well?

Use the adjective “good” to describe nouns and the adverb “well” to describe verbs. But if you’re discussing “good health,” use the adjective “well.”

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How to Write in the Third Person

You may have heard someone talking about third person POV in an English class or on a writers' panel. What does it mean?

Premier vs. premiere?

  • mmAlanna Madden
  • calander pngSeptember 11, 2020
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Premier and premiere originate from the same word, but they have different meanings.

How to Write a Petition

A petition can be a great way to show public support for an initiative.

Began vs. begun?

  • mmAlanna Madden
  • calander pngSeptember 9, 2020
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Began is the simple past tense of the verb “begin,” while begun is the perfect participle.

How to Write a Shakespearean Sonnet

A sonnet is a poetic form that originated in Sicily during the 13th century. The word "sonnet" comes from the Italian word sonetto.

How to Write a Case Report

A case report describes a medical article written to highlight a particular clinical case.

Historic vs. historical?

  • mmAlanna Madden
  • calander pngSeptember 6, 2020
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Historic and historical are two adjectives with different meanings. Historic describes significant moments, figures, or objects in history.

Discreet vs. discrete?

  • mmAlanna Madden
  • calander pngSeptember 5, 2020
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The adjectives discreet and discrete share identical pronunciations and origins, but they have different definitions.

Sometime vs. some time?

  • mmAlanna Madden
  • calander pngSeptember 4, 2020
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The word “sometime” references an unknown period of time or something that is ‘former.’