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Why You Should Take Private English Lessons

The English language has various caveats that need experience and practice to master. Given the importance of the language to the national curriculum, there's a need for extra lessons to slowly grow your expertise in the language. This is why most fo...

added by rinat
1 day ago

The Singular 'Their'

In traditional grammar, 'their' is a plural pronoun used to indicate possession by more than one person. However, in modern usage, it has found a place as a gender-neutral singular pronoun, addressing the limitations of gender-specific pronouns. U...

added by courtneye
14 days ago

How to Achieve Success as a Student Athlete

Put in Some Weekend Work Student-athletes who want to succeed on both fronts must be willing to make certain sacrifices. That includes taking time over the weekend to review your academics and catch up with concepts you did not understand. You c...

added by courtneye
28 days ago

Beam vs. Bean

'Beam' The word 'beam' primarily functions as a noun and a verb, each with its own set of meanings: 1. Noun - A Long, Horizontal Support As a noun, 'beam' refers to a long, sturdy piece of timber or metal that is used as a horizont...

added by courtneye
2 months ago

Designing an Ebook: A Comprehensive Guide

This comprehensive guide is intended to demystify the ebook design process, providing step- by-step instructions to help you navigate each stage with ease and confidence. From defining your purpose and audience to choosing the right design software a...

added by courtneye
7 months ago

Social And Cultural Influence On Education

This also holds true for seeking academic help. In the US, you may be encouraged to seek help to write your assignment. This has led to the popularity of MyAssignmentHelp.com and similar academic providers. Again, Asian standards may not encourage ta...

added by courtneye
7 months ago

What is the difference between BC and BCE?

"BC" stands for "Before Christ," and is a convention that has been in use for centuries. It is based on the traditional belief that the year of Christ's birth, which was believed to be the start of the modern Western calendar, was the dividing point ...

added by courtneye
9 months ago

21 Gambling Lingo Terms Most Commonly Used In Casinos

Therefore, if you wish to be a proper gambler or know what's going on when someone talks about their success in a recently played poker game, it's essential to understand the specific terminology used in casinos worldwide. To help you - here are 21 o...

added by courtneye
10 months ago

Or vs Orwith

"Or" and "orwith" may seem very similar at first; consider these two sentences: "The steak comes with beans or rice." and "The steak comes with beans orwith rice.".They mean the same thing... right? No.An important part of "orwith"'s identity is bein...

added by calin_baenen
11 months ago

Meat vs. Meet

"Meat" is a noun that refers to the flesh of animals that is typically used as food. Examples of meat include beef, pork, chicken, and fish. "Meet", on the other hand, is a verb that means to come together or be introduced to someone for the first t...

added by courtneye
11 months ago

Cereal vs. Serial

"Cereal" refers to a type of food that is made from grains and is typically eaten with milk for breakfast. Examples of cereal include oats, cornflakes, and Rice Krispies. On the other hand, "serial" refers to something that is composed of or present...

added by courtneye
11 months ago

Is thanks a lot sarcastic?

When used sincerely, "thanks a lot" is a common way to express gratitude or appreciation. For example, if someone helps you with a task or does something kind for you, you might say "thanks a lot" to show your appreciation. However, in certain conte...

added by courtneye
11 months ago

Also vs. As well

"Also" is a more common word and can be used in various positions within a sentence. It is used to add emphasis to a statement or to show that something is included in addition to what has already been mentioned. For example, "I'm allergic to cats. A...

added by courtneye
11 months ago

Should I use "oldest friend" or "longest friend"?

"Oldest friend" typically refers to a friend that a person has known for the most amount of time, regardless of how often they may see or communicate with each other. It emphasizes the length of the friendship, and suggests a deeper connection or his...

added by courtneye
11 months ago

Born in vs. Born at

In English, prepositions such as "at" and "in" are used to convey different types of information about time and place. When referring to a person's birthplace, "born at" and "born in" are two common expressions used to convey information about the sp...

added by courtneye
11 months ago

Chiasmus and Antimetabole

Chiasmus Chiasmus (pronounced ki-AZ-muss) is an ancient literary device, as old as ancient Greek verse and Hebrew scripture, which when used appropriately can be an effective way to transform your writing. It is basically, a rhetorical figure of spe...

added by JokerGem
1 year ago

A Comprehensive Guide to the World's Most Difficult Grammars

Top 5 languages with the most difficult grammar Learning a new language may be thrilling and challenging at the same time. While learning certain languages is very simple, learning others takes more time and effort. The top five languages with the m...

added by acronimous
1 year ago

Correcting Spoken Grammar Errors

Most of us will make the occasional mistake when speaking, whether we confuse an irregular verb tense or pronounce a word incorrectly. Whether English is our mother tongue or a second language, we might feel a bit embarrassed when our mistakes are ca...

added by Teril
1 year ago

Acronym vs Anacronym

Do you know the difference between the words Acronym vs Anacronym? At first glance, we might be tempted to think that the two words, “an acronym,” mistakenly merged into the one word, “anacronym” – indeed, it appears that way! But, in ...

added by Teril
1 year ago

Personification vs Anthropomorphism

Do you know the difference between Personification vs Anthropomorphism? Personification and anthropomorphism are two kinds of literary devices that are used to give depth and emotion to our descriptions. In this article, Personification vs ...

added by Teril
1 year ago

May vs Might

Most of us use “may” and “might” interchangeably. We often choose one or the other without giving it much thought and both sound right in most situations. But there are contexts and nuances to take into consideration. In this articl...

added by Teril
1 year ago

Irony vs Sarcasm

Irony and Sarcasm are both language devices that are used to shape meaning.Meaning can be expressed in complex ways. We are able to create double meanings; we can say things that we don’t mean, while our meaning hides in that which is unsaid; we ca...

added by Teril
1 year ago

Cognitive Dissonance vs Cognitive Consonance

Cognitive Dissonance and Cognitive Consonance are the opposite of each other, but they certainly live side by side: if you pay attention to your mental state, you might discover that you are feeling either one or the other. • How do you deal w...

added by Teril
1 year ago

Dog Language: Words from A Dog’s World

If you are thinking about getting a dog, or if you already have a dog, it is important to know some of the vocabulary in the dog world. In this article, you will find:• Words that describe the life of a dog• Words that describe the jobs that...

added by Teril
1 year ago

The Use of Repetition as a Rhetorical Device: Anaphora, Epistrophe, and Symploce

Do you know these three words: Anaphora, Epistrophe, and Symploce?In this article, The Use of Repetition as a Rhetorical Device, I will:1. Discuss the use of repetition as a rhetorical device. 2. Define Anaphora, Epistrophe, and Symploce - ...

added by Teril
1 year ago

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