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awesome app! Thanks buddy!
I had used some apps like this one but frankly, this is faster
This is insane, I never thought of something like this to download videos from fb
yesterday at 21:00.
Thanks, Magoosh, for setting this record straight!
You May Confuse These Words Unconsciously, But You Can Learn Them!
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yesterday at 21:28
How could you mix them up? I've never heard anyone claim to have a guilty conscious. Equally, who says of the man emerging from a coma, 'Oh, I think he's regaining conscience!'? Spelling the words correctly might be more of a challenge, but you no longer have to trek to your dictionary, and page through C to find the right definition. Are we too lazy now simply to type the word into a search engine and follow its guide?
yesterday at 21:13
In many cases the English language is over-articulated. We could probably use a word that combined the meanings of conscience, consciousness, and conscientiousness. Maybe the language with the most words having this kind of breadth is Old Chinese. This makes translation challenging, but it's great for inspiration, and poetry.
yesterday at 21:22
I'm actually quite surprised to learn that the two of these get confused.
yesterday at 20:00.
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yesterday at 20:24
One of many instances in which Winston Churchill was wrong.
yesterday at 21:26
Petrichor takes a heap more than three syllables to explain.
yesterday at 21:03
And made up short words like 'bigly' are wordt.
yesterday at 16:55.
Happy Martin Luther King Day!
3 Works to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.
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Katherine Rockett Edwards
yesterday at 17:16
"Letter from Birmingham Jail" is my favorite. What an amazing piece of rhetoric!
فاديه ابو حجل
yesterday at 17:21
I love that man as l read about him ...... he fought against hard way that the white had kept deal with the black ones
yesterday at 21:24
We are going to need a Recover from Populist Insanity Day.
yesterday at 16:00.
You're amazing. No ifs, ands, or butterflies about it.
(Image Credit: Positive Doodles)
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yesterday at 20:09
'Twas brillig and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.
"Beware the JABERWOCK, my son,
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch.
Beware the jujub bird and
Avoid the frumious bandersnatch"
(My auto-correct had lots of trouble with that...)
yesterday at 21:28
Andrew - unsure if you have bad days however, if you do - this is a good mantra to remember :)
Roberta Marie Cullen
yesterday at 20:58
Why, thank you, Mr. phallic shaped butterfly. Bestower of participation trophies and sugar-coated dreams.
yesterday at 14:00.
Don't be listless; know your lists!
Which List Should You Use for Your Project?
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yesterday at 14:21
I have a list of the lists of the things I've listed...
yesterday at 14:50
I lose my lists.😊
01/15/2017 at 21:00.
8) Loathed oxymoron
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01/15/2017 at 21:21
My favorite oxymoron is "oxymoron".
The Greek word "oxy" means "sharp" and "moron" means "dull".
01/15/2017 at 21:07
Always a fan of "jumbo shrimp" for a laugh but "very unique" just annoys me.
Emily Justine Carter
01/15/2017 at 21:02
My favorite: "Microsoft Works"
01/15/2017 at 20:00.
Don't mistake this.
The 5 Most Frustrating Writing Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)
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01/15/2017 at 20:03
So many otherwise awesome memes, ruined by linguistic blunders.
01/15/2017 at 20:30
It's a sad state of affairs when you don't know the difference between seen and saw.
Richard Kim Millsap
01/15/2017 at 20:15
Pet peeve: writers and authors who apparently don't/won't proof their posts. Plus the media, including the national press and local tv stations. I will sometimes ask them to please proof. I try not to nag at folks otherwise though.
01/15/2017 at 18:00.
What a novel idea.
What Novel Are You? The Quiz
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01/15/2017 at 18:19
Wouldn't it be, "Which Novel
Are You," since a novel is an object?
01/15/2017 at 19:22
Dreadful. 101 Dalmatians? I was expecting To Kill a Mockingbird or Never Let Me Go or NOCTURNAL ANIMALS. Disappointed in Grammarly.
01/15/2017 at 18:20
Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth. I guess I'll have to read it to find out if it's a good fit.
01/15/2017 at 15:00.
I heart this.
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The Law of Attraction/ LOA
01/15/2017 at 15:05
A new beginning is on your horizon but you must have the courage to push through. Declare your struggles over. Declare your enemies defeated. Declare yourself victorious. Do this with passion. Your own self-talk is a very powerful tool in cultivating your belief system and ultimately your results. If you are defeated in your thoughts you will be defeated in your life. If you are a champion in your thoughts - your success is inevitable.
01/15/2017 at 19:52
Heather Pitman this is the page I got that pic from. They post cute English photos all the time ☺
01/15/2017 at 17:10
Neha this is undoubtedly your first love😊😊
Your name came first when i see this pic
01/15/2017 at 13:00.
The bar's name? Hidden Liquors.
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Brenda Howard Bailey
yesterday at 03:34
A string walks into a bar with a few friends and orders a beer. The bartender says, "I'm sorry, but we don't serve strings here."
The string goes back to his table. He ties himself in a loop and messes up the top of his hair. He walks back up to the bar and orders a beer.
The bartender squints at him and says, "Hey, aren't you a string?"
The string says, "Nope, I'm a frayed knot."
Rich Mond Evan
01/15/2017 at 13:43
what currency do they use there? starbucks...
01/15/2017 at 13:27
after a few drinks, they'll be longing to hit the 'return' key 🤔
01/14/2017 at 21:00.
What a bright idea!
(via Goodreads and Whisper)
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Polly Derrick Wingate
01/15/2017 at 01:56
They already exist...try the Paperwhite Kindle, backlit for reading in the dark, small, easier to hold than a regular book, and you can adjust the type size for easier reading. And for you purist who are already typing about how you love "real" books, well so do I. But for reading in bed, or on an overnight flight, or in a dim hospital room while sitting with a sick friend or relative, you can't beat the Paperwhite. And it's certainly more considerate of those around you who want to sleep.
01/14/2017 at 21:05
It wouldn't work unless you leave every page of that book exposed to light before you read it. Glow in the dark paint is activated by light.
01/14/2017 at 22:37
Recently, there was a blackout of several hours while I was in the hospital. When my nurse came in to check on me, she exclaimed, "What are you doing!" I was awake and happily reading. Thank you, kindle!.
01/14/2017 at 20:00.
Say each of these out loud at least once.
These Bookish Words Are Goshdarn Beautiful
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01/14/2017 at 20:24
Would be better if there were some true English words and not "borrowed" from Greek language ones. Nonetheless great post don't forget the proper credits tho 😜
01/15/2017 at 20:56
I love Greek words in English just like everyone else does, but I don't find them "fancy" because I'm Greek myself. Unless people think I'm fancy.
01/15/2017 at 16:17
Rachel Heap John de Chane read this and thought of you both 😘
01/14/2017 at 17:00.
It's also great for the spine.
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Joyce Ann Fugit
01/15/2017 at 20:00
Actually, bibliotherapy was once popular in Veterans' Hospitals. It was also once mandatory for accredited hospitals to have a library.
Ronnie Fayne Mekler
01/14/2017 at 19:08
For me it was an exercise for my mind. I started playing scrabble during a year of chemo. I guess something good comes out of everything 😊
01/15/2017 at 04:33
As I think I've said before, sure, if at a hospital it's a crapshoot whether you get a real doctor or a crystal-healing practitioner.
01/14/2017 at 15:00.
(Image Credit: Doug Savage Comics)
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01/14/2017 at 16:51
I want to join this party! By myself, at my home, you are all not invited.
01/14/2017 at 15:28
I've been on the sofa with pneumonia for a full month. It's been party hearty here. Books, films, Animal Planet. Too breathless to 'manage' more than two minutes when people call. What's not to like?
01/14/2017 at 20:40
Funny that I am seeing this now. I just made two loaves of bread and asked Gary to take one to our neighbor and he said "Why don't you take it?" I said"you're the one that likes to talk"
01/14/2017 at 14:00.
We still do this.
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Sheila Donnellan Jones
01/14/2017 at 14:27
I was never sent to my room because my Mum knew I would just get into bed with a book and be blissfully happy. Ditto my son - I sent him to sit on the stairs!
Lindsay Eames Ball
01/14/2017 at 16:15
I send my daughter to her room to get her away from me so I don't say something I'll regret. I know she's having fun in there, but we both have time to cool off. 😉
Roben Rutherford Alarcón
01/14/2017 at 21:26
When I was in high school, I got detention and was terrified. When I got there, I found out we could read! That's no punishment. lol
01/13/2017 at 21:00.
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01/14/2017 at 07:59
As a child, after migrating to Australia and missing Oma and Opa, I literally wanted to LIVE in the library. Often plotted how that might be arranged. The best I could manage was to borrow the maximum number of books each week and sit in trees reading...
01/13/2017 at 21:29
I'm not a librarian, but my office is in the library. I'm just grateful fiction is downstairs, but literature can be fairly enticing. I sometimes stay after closing, and remember being a kid and thinking how cool I imagined it to be.
Kathryn Simons Dean
01/14/2017 at 18:44
In the 1958 ChildCraft books there was a story called Locked In about two girls left in the Library overnight. One of my favorite stories my mom used to read me. 😊
01/13/2017 at 18:00.
"Palindrome" is not a palindrome. How ironic.
16 Surprisingly Funny Palindromes
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01/13/2017 at 18:29
Here's one that needs a specific situation. After surreptitiously placing a yoyo at Yo Yo Ma's feet, you walk up to him, point at the yoyo and say "Yo, Yo-Yo. Yo' yoyo, Yo-Yo?" Two sentenced using the same sound with each syllable. Anyone done better?
01/13/2017 at 18:33
"Laminated a cadet animal" was the best I could ever do. I also liked to say "harass Sarah" was an actual Palin-drome when McCain picked her, but usually I stick to anagrams when I'm bored.
01/13/2017 at 19:48
"Dallas-sallad" was actually a thing when I was a kid in Sweden. But now I realise that it's only palindromic when the Swedish spelling of salad is being used...
01/13/2017 at 16:01.
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Justin Skye Coley-Eisenmann
01/13/2017 at 21:38
I actually did this once. I was reading late into the night and fell asleep. When I woke up I was a couple hours and several dozen pages ahead of where I left off. When I looked back, it turned out what I dreamed about happened in the pages I didn't remember reading.
Therevdr-e Langford Jr.
01/13/2017 at 17:36
I used to find my one-and-only in the Harper graduate stacks @ U.C., eyes shut, head down, listening to her textbooks. Her diligence and commitment were so impressive I knew I ought to ask her to marry! :O
01/14/2017 at 15:48
I do this. I listen to Audible audiobooks, classics, historical fiction, new fiction. Or non-fiction, also Spanish textbooks. With a Bluetooth eye mask headphone. Bam! Right to sleep within 30 minutes. Auditory Ambien lol.
01/13/2017 at 14:00.
A Eulogy for Cover Letters
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01/13/2017 at 14:53
When hiring, I want to see a cover letter that explains why an applicant wants to work for me in particular, and why their skills would be valuable at my workplace. Cover letters *can* be useless, if they're generic copy/paste jobs without meat to them. But if they're done right, they provide the personal touch to the list of facts about the applicant, and give a better sense of who the person is before I commit even more time to an interview.
01/13/2017 at 15:29
I'm an HR Manager who reads cover letters and I will definitely give hiring preference to someone whose letter demonstrates strong communication skills, if that is a job requirement.
01/13/2017 at 14:13
I still teach my college students to write one (a cover "message" / application message, whatever you want to call it) because there are still many occasions in which they must briefly introduce themselves in writing, beyond a resume. Online application systems frequently require them. Hence, whatever form it takes or whatever you want to call it, introducing oneself in terms of "what's in it for the reader" is an essential skill to possess.
01/13/2017 at 13:00.
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01/13/2017 at 20:23
Bought 2 new books today, bringing the unread pile beside my bed to 5. Won't start them until I've completed my New Year's Resolution - to read all the Harry Potter books in order (currently a few chapters in to #4 Goblet of Fire).
01/13/2017 at 13:06
Reading lists are the best reminders of your own mortality
Diana Wroten Fox
01/14/2017 at 22:12
So true!At age 6, my mom took me to a dr. for hearing problem.
No problem, just carried away by books ( reading).
20 years later, my kids would yell directly in my ear to get my attention when I was reading😉💕😉💕