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Start A Freelance Writing Career In 2017
2017-05-23 11:46
Every year more and more businesses discover the potential of the Internet, websites and social networks to generate leads, customers and sales. Every website or social media account needs f… Read More
Avert Vs. Avoid
2017-05-20 04:56
What’s the difference between avert and avoid? They share a primary meaning (with a subtle but significant distinction) but despite their structural similarity are etymologically unrel… Read More
3 Sentences With Hyphenation Problems
2017-05-17 04:51
In each of the following sentences, one or more hyphens is missing from a phrasal adjective, but another solution is available: A relaxation of the syntax is recommended, as explained follow… Read More
5 Cases Of Awkward Appositives
2017-05-16 04:48
In each of the sentences below, a writer has referenced a person, place, or thing with an appositive, a word or phrase equivalent to another word or phrase, but erroneous punctuation or synt… Read More
3 More Cases Of Superfluous Semicolons
2017-05-15 04:46
Some writers avoid semicolons either because they are not certain of the punctuation mark’s functions or because some people consider it stodgy, or both. It is in fact quite simple and… Read More
The Story Of “Sake”
2017-05-13 04:03
Sake is one of those nebulous yet specific words that are employed in a limited number of circumstances. This post discusses its origin and uses. Sake (from the Old English term sacu, meanin… Read More
The Impressive Range Of “Impress”
2017-05-12 04:00
Impress has various meanings, both literal and figurative. This post explorers those senses and the meanings of various words in which impress is the root. Impress is derived from the Latin… Read More

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