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awesome app! Thanks buddy!
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yesterday at 21:00.
Too legit to quit, apparently.
10 Slang Words We Loved This Year
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yesterday at 21:18
Take it from a guy with a linguistics degree- LANGUAGE CHANGES. We have documents in Sanskrit complaining about how "kids these days" are changing language. That's the nature of language.
yesterday at 21:18
Ugh, is it just me, or should most of these stay OUT of the dictionary? Urban slang? Sure, but dictionary? Hell No! Let's not dumb down anymore than we already have!!!
today at 01:12
Some of the slang words are soooooo offensive that I am considering cancelling. Nah is the example. Grammarly, which I have enjoyed because it featured the correct American English . I don't think I will be the only one.
yesterday at 20:00.
Today in adorable metaphors:
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yesterday at 20:03
Not here in Australia, I have the air con on full blast, enjoy your winter. 😊
yesterday at 22:51
Dear Grammarly, please check the settings of your adds. Facebook let you target the right audience if you know the basics. In all Southern Hemisphere countries it summer! The US is not the whole world... (I would've checked this message with Grammarly which I usually love, but today I didn't like your egocentric notions).
yesterday at 20:01
As someone who's never seen snow I've been meaning to ask, is it really all it's hyped up to be?
yesterday at 17:03.
Don't you hate this?
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yesterday at 17:12
This was massively embarrassing - apart from the fact it was a Mills and Boon novel (I was a teenager at the time, in my defence), one of the characters was called Phoebe and in my head it was Poobie. Not my finest moment.
Pamela Pankow Boland
yesterday at 17:29
A former English professor of mine told me that, during a presentation at a conference, she repeatedly pronounced the word "viscount" as if it rhymed with "discount." After her presentation, someone shared with her (in private) the correct pronunciation. She was embarrassed. She had a Ph.D. in Victorian literature and had been pronouncing the word incorrectly for years.
yesterday at 17:09
I hate it when I've read a name in a novel and decided how I believe it is pronounced, then a TV show comes out and pronounces it differently - seemingly giving all the TV-not-book types the right to tell me I'm wrong!
My book, my interpretation and only the author may correct me.
yesterday at 16:10.
And if you're on the wrong tree, leaf.
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yesterday at 16:31
My husband and I took ourselves out of a bad story 13 years ago. It took all our money and energy but we did it. There were some lean years and some awkward times while distancing ourselves from the bad actors but we stayed strong.
M Glenn Mitchell
yesterday at 17:26
Is the canadian immigration site still down for the yanks?
Erin McGinty James
yesterday at 16:22
This is the premise of Mo Willems' wonderful kids' book "Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs."
yesterday at 14:00.
And if you're on the wrong tree, leaf.
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yesterday at 14:34
I left my previous story..to find a new story..it has many undesired twists in it..and I need to steel myself for an ending..but the end of this story is yet to come
Cindy Marie Law
yesterday at 14:56
Yep. Sell the house, buy a car, move away, have an adventure! Or not. It's YOUR story. It'll always be great; you're in it. 🙂
Chris Wilson Frey
yesterday at 15:57
I always thought I had to finish a book, till I grew up and found out how many were out there. Now, if I don't like one, I send it back to the library and get another one!
yesterday at 12:00.
Oxford Quiz Tells You Whether You Use English "Correctly"
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yesterday at 12:31
You're walking down the street with pudding in hand, when suddenly a bird flies above you and poops. The poop is in the pudding.
yesterday at 12:06
"The proof of the pudding is in the eating" is correct, not "The proof is in the pudding".
yesterday at 14:59
The proof is not in the pudding!
The proof OF the pudding is in the eating.
That is how the expression goes.
yesterday at 02:02.
And during finals week, it's an emergency room!
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yesterday at 02:15
Don't read the wrong books
[ Hospitalsafetygrade.org Link ]
yesterday at 02:35
As an emergency room doctor & a lifelong rabid reader, yes! I can verify that this is true!
yesterday at 03:49
It's also a confectioner's a brothel, a university, and a pub!
12/08/2016 at 21:01.
Make some hy-friends.
Meet the Hyphen, an Annoying But Essential Punctuation Mark
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yesterday at 01:37
Shock! Horror! I haven't read the article, but if I do, will I find that it assumes the rules of the American sub-branch of English apply to English proper?
12/08/2016 at 21:44
I've always been a hyphen-loving girl! Thank you for this eye-opening post!! Tee-hee!
12/08/2016 at 23:30
In Hertford, Hereford and Hampshire hyphens hardly ever happen
12/08/2016 at 19:00.
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12/08/2016 at 21:26
Intelligence is knowing the tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing you don't put it in fruit salad. (Charisma is being able to sell people a tomato-based fruit salad. Strength is being able to crush a tomato, Dexterity is being able to dodge a tomato, and Constitution is being able to eat a bad tomato.)
Carlos Gonçalves da Cunha
12/08/2016 at 19:30
Contrary to popular belief, knowing a lot doesn't make you "smart", altho it does help, when you are.
12/08/2016 at 23:36
An intelligent man can figure his way out of any hole.
A wise man never would have fallen in in the first place.
A knowledgeable man can describe the hole to you.
12/08/2016 at 17:01.
Yes, you can!
Writers on the State of Professional Writing
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12/08/2016 at 19:26
Smart people own a dictiinary and thesaurus, and whatever references are in their field. Having knowledge is good. Knowing where to get information is smart.
12/08/2016 at 21:39
Depends on whether you write something thhat rattles peoples cages or you're saying whaat everyone knows?
12/08/2016 at 22:45
If you grow up, you'll never be a writer of fiction, but you might write non-fiction.
12/08/2016 at 16:00.
Personally, we're narratorn. (via Reedsy)
Everything You Need Know About Third-Person Narrators
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12/08/2016 at 19:52
The unreliable 3rd person narrator.
12/08/2016 at 16:42
I really prefer first-person.
12/08/2016 at 16:27
Narratorn? Terrible. Is that even a word? Lol
12/08/2016 at 13:00.
We've bean meaning to share these.
All the Coffee Words That Caffeine Addicts Know and Love
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yesterday at 08:58
One myth about the origins of "cup of joe" traces its roots to the US Navy. It was Admiral Josephus Daniels who abolished the consumption of alcohol aboard US Navy vessels as Secretary of the Navy. Well, the story goes that sailors started calling coffee, now the strongest drink you could get aboard ship, a "cup of Joe" out of spite.
It may not be the true story, but it's certainly more interesting than any other I've heard.
Albert B. Turner III
yesterday at 22:32
-laughing- When I went to Boston I had no idea that "regular" meant coffee with milk or cream.
12/08/2016 at 22:27
And what happened to the Flat White?? You never mentioned that one?!!
12/08/2016 at 03:00.
Let's spell it out.
What's a "Sapiosexual," You Ask?
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12/08/2016 at 03:17
On the other hand, is anybody actually attracted to stupidity?
12/08/2016 at 03:25
Is "Trumpiosexual" the antonym?
Lina Messa Augustine
12/08/2016 at 09:09
Sapio=Σάπιο= rotten in Greek. Hahahahahha but ok far from fun yes smart people ARE sexy
12/07/2016 at 21:00.
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12/07/2016 at 21:01
I love you, Pizza!
12/07/2016 at 21:52
Not so difficult Caleb...I know who was really there for me at lunch time today
12/08/2016 at 21:31
I love you so much more than a few weeks ago when I was wondering if anyone would like to see the full amount of work. Ha???
12/07/2016 at 20:00.
Meet Nowadays, the Word that Lives in the Present
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12/07/2016 at 23:10
If this meme had the word pizza in it somewhere, there would be lots more than 6 comments. What does that say about Grammarly groupies?
12/07/2016 at 21:04
I'd still be spelling it as three words.Hahaha Thank you
12/08/2016 at 03:58
I simply love "spirits" used in that context, so literary!
12/07/2016 at 17:00.
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12/07/2016 at 19:31
Pity it doesn't travel well! ☹ Here in England a chilly movement of air is spelled "draught". Pronounced the same, of course.
Richard A Solomon
12/07/2016 at 17:40
Also, there are times when writing's a breeze.
12/07/2016 at 18:57
No matter how many I read this, never fails to crack me up!
12/07/2016 at 15:01.
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Jyotir Blanca Goerlich Tio
12/07/2016 at 15:37
I use to read several books at the same time and they use to speak between them and often they invite someone more from the library. It´s always an interesting conversation.
12/07/2016 at 15:54
I say it's better to read one at a time, but truth be told, I have several going at the same time. Waiting to get the stories mixed up, but it hasn't yet. I don't know why I do it tho.
12/07/2016 at 15:22
I can read many different books at once. It is no different than being interested in more than one show.
12/07/2016 at 13:01.
LONG LIVE GOOD GRAMMAR.
Which Grammar Rules Are Dying?
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12/07/2016 at 13:22
Yes. They are really rules. They can be disregarded in certain instances, but you must first know how to follow the rules before you can properly break them. Even breaking the rules has rules. If you don't use them, your only option is self publishing, and your readers will be disgusted.
12/07/2016 at 14:01
Grammatical rules must change, but it changes because it's alive. Think of Latin, its rules are not changing because it's dead. Yet, just like evolution, changes in grammar are gradual. If a change occurs too suddenly, then it's seen as an aberration and eliminated. But, the more gradual the acceptance, the more readily accepted is the change. Look at split infinitives.
12/07/2016 at 13:58
I do freelance online proofreading, and often some people will end a sentence in a question mark when it should actually be a period. For example: "I'm wondering if you'd be free to meet with me for lunch today?" Technically, it is a statement, not a question. You know you're wondering; you're not asking whether you're wondering.
12/06/2016 at 21:03.
What do you think?
From Pens to Keys--The Complete History of Writing Tools
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12/06/2016 at 21:23
I'm old fashioned in this regard. I miss the days when cursive writing was taught and enforced in schools. There's something to be said for elegant penmanship. Sadly, it's a dying art.
12/06/2016 at 21:12
This year my grade eight class informed me that I would have to print because they couldn't read cursive. I told them they'd better learn.
12/07/2016 at 12:30
I think it's more important that kids learn the proper way to type, because let's face it, the keyboard is the writing instrument of the day. I rarely come across handwriting these days. And although I did learn to write in cursive (Rinehart method; my mother learned Palmer method!), it doesn't mean I can read everyone's handwriting. Some people just can't write legibly.
12/06/2016 at 20:00.
FINALS WEEK REMINDER:
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12/06/2016 at 20:08
"The time has come," the Balrog said,
"To write of many things --
Of sausages and sealing-wax,
Of hobbitses and Rings." ;)
Heidi Birgette Todd
12/06/2016 at 20:57
1. What am I trying to say?
2. What words will express it?
3. What image or idiom will make it clearer?
4. Is this image fresh enough to have an effect?
And he will probably ask himself two more:
1. Could I put it more shortly?
2. Have I said anything that is avoidably ugly?
Mary Monks Hatch
12/07/2016 at 04:20
Sadly, I'm afraid all too many pass without proper punctuation, grammar, or even spelling. I recall an e-mail from an instructor in a college where I worked lamenting the lack of something and saying we'd have to "make due".