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Maybe you like comma splices, maybe you don't.

Maybe You Like Comma Splices, Maybe You Don't

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New quiz! The return of Difficult Spelling Words.

Difficult Spelling Words II: Weekly Challenge

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If you 'beflum' someone, you are deceiving that person. If you 'fleech' them, you are merely coaxing or wheedling.

10 Indispensable Scottish Words

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Good morning! The #WordOfTheDay is wane.

Word of the Day: Wane

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bonailie
doch-an-dorrach
grace cup
one for the road
stirrup cup
Have a drink before you go.

10 Indispensable Scottish Words

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People love to complain about these 10 common grammar 'mistakes'. They're wrong.

'The Grammatical Equivalent Of...'

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Gendered modifiers are tricky. So why use one if you don't have to?

Using 'Lady,' 'Woman,' and 'Female' to Modify Nouns

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Good morning! The #WordOfTheDay is thaumaturgy.✨

Word of the Day: Thaumaturgy

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If we were ready to settle on a spelling now, which we're not, it would be "world-building, also worldbuilding."

What is 'World-Building'?

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If you're a stickler for grammar, prepare
to be irked by the singular their
Tho it seems a mistake
The position we take
Is if the word is in use we don’t care

We Made You a Slideshow of Usage Limericks

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Adjectives are complicateder than they look. Wait.

How Do You Modify an Adjective?

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Good morning the #WordOfTheDay is soporific.

Word of the Day: Soporific

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Why call it a giraffe when you can call it a camelopard?

7 Unfamiliar Words for Familiar Creatures

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Evidence suggests that, yes, some 19th-century Americans thought it was lewd to describe women as having 'legs'.

Is it 'Leg' or 'Limb'?

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An increasing number of publications are adopting style guidelines around the term 'alt-right'. We discuss its history here: [ Merriam-webster.com Link ]

News Outlets Rethink Usage of the Term ‘Alt-Right’

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Good morning! The #WordOfTheDay is cabbage. It's a verb!

Word of the Day: Cabbage

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'In omnia paratus' has been in our top lookups since "Gilmore girls: A Year in the Life" was released on Netflix. We're not sure why it's capitalized that way either.

Trending: 'In Omnia Paratus': Always Ready For Gilmore Girls

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How well do you remember November's Words of the Day?

November Words Of The Day Quiz: Weekly Challenge

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Yes, 'impact' is a verb. In fact, it was a verb before it was a noun.

Yes, 'Impact' Is a Verb

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