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"Number" is for count nouns, and "amount" is for mass nouns, but there are exceptions to the rule. Should you take note or ignore them?

Amount Versus Number
Grammar Girl
02/24/2017 at 21:05. Facebook
You’ve Probably Been Signing Your Emails the Wrong Way

You’ve Probably Been Signing Your Emails the Wrong Way
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02/24/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
"Nor" is a tricky conjunction. Here's how to use it.

How to Use the Conjunction "Nor"
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02/24/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
Here's how to use punctuation with trademark symbols.

Punctuation with Trademark Symbols
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02/23/2017 at 17:22. Facebook
Graduating soon? If yes, you'll need a good resume. Start here.

5 Resume Tips for College Seniors
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02/23/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Research on the brain in 2014 revealed what every writer should be doing.

What New Research on the Brain Says Every Writer Should Do
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02/23/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
"Buccaneer," "maven," and "zenith" have roots in lesser-known languages.

10 Words With Roots in Lesser-Known Languages
Grammar Girl
02/22/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Find out how to use dangerous words, such as "always," "never," and "often."

Always, Never, Usually, Often, Most, and More
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02/22/2017 at 01:54. Facebook
You may have missed the little joke in "tl;dr."

Is the Semicolon in tl;dr Ironic?
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02/21/2017 at 13:45. Facebook
We use the idiom "a bull in a china shop" to call someone clumsy (among other things), but now we have proof that bulls actually aren't clumsy.

"A Bull in a China Shop": It turns out bulls aren't actually clumsy.
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02/21/2017 at 01:53. Facebook
You don't always capitalize a country name when it appears in the name of a food.

Should You Capitalize the French in French Fries?
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02/20/2017 at 15:25. Facebook
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02/19/2017 at 01:13. Facebook
"It's not a good idea to use the positive anymore in your formal writing. You should know that it’s not a grammar mistake; it’s a regionalism."

The Positive 'Anymore'
Initialisms are abbreviations, but they are not the same as acronyms.

Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Initialisms
"Each culture has its own opinions about certain animals, and this is often reflected in its language."

International Animal Idioms
Find out the origins of popular color idioms, such as "tickled pink," "red handed," and "yellow journalism."

Color Idioms
"Phlegm," "muscle," and "asthma" all have one thing in common: unusual silent letters.
Should we say that Squiggly pled guilty or Squiggly pleaded guilty?

Pled or Pleaded
"Some silent letters appear in just a few words, but silent E appears so regularly that there’s even a spelling rule about it: A silent E at the end of a word makes the preceding vowel long."

Why English Has Words With Silent Letters