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When you need a quick quip, words starting with Q can't be beat. Here's something you might not know: the letter Q is actually spelled with a C, not a Q!
Just like road signs, transitions help the reader to navigate. Transitions can be especially helpful when you introduce a new paragraph.
By taking the time to learn the difference between “who” and “whom,” you’ll become a stronger writer.
If you're looking to expand your vocabulary, begin by learning a few words that start with the letter Z.
Learn how to start your email with a greeting that encourages your recipient to keep reading.
A semicolon may look fancy, but it's actually quite easy to use. Don't let the symbol's intricate shape fool you.
If you're looking to expand your vocabulary, begin by learning a few words that start with the letter X.
Are you looking for the abbreviation of feet? We'll be looking into the possible abbreviation for the word feet.
Learn how to abbreviate the word "street" and how to use the abbreviation in a sentence.