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Regards, Best Regards, Warm Regards, Kind Regards—How to End an Email

Nowadays, the fond farewell appears in letters, emails, and on greeting cards. Of course, we're discussing "regards,"—whether they're warm, best, or kind.

Words That Start With H: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

If you can hardly hold your own when you play Scrabble or Words with Friends, consider humbling housemates with the letter H.

When to Use a Comma Before “Such As”

As you may have noticed, sometimes commas flank a phrase beginning with "such as." On other occasions, "such as" appears without a comma.

Words That Start With I: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

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.

Words That Start With L: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

Like most language enthusiasts, you probably long for a larger vocabulary. Don't lallygag!

What Are the Most Cringe-Worthy English Grammar Mistakes?

As a native speaker of the English language, I find myself making common grammar mistakes all the time.

Words That Start With W: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

When you’re worrying over a game of Words with Friends or Scrabble, win more often by wrapping your head around the letter W.

How Many Words Are in Harry Potter?

By the time J. K. Rowling finished promoting the eighth book of the Harry Potter series, she'd accomplished a huge task.

Past Perfect Tense: How Does It Work?

In the English language, we use a specific verb tense to indicate that an action happened in the past—either before something else or at a particular time.