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Time for Easy Learning: Simple Tips to Improve Your Grammar

It would be more effective to understand how to form sentences and their structure properly, so grab some tricks on how to make it efficiently. Start from the Basics & Review It From Time to Time...

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2 months ago

Techniques to Develop or Acquire Good Essay Topics

Full Guide On How to Come Up With Good Essay Topics Many little things make students’ lives easier. Keeping a planner. Carrying a water bottle. Catching a mid-day nap. Watching a how-to YouTube video. Yet, there is something that always stands...

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5 months ago

How to Come Up with a Niche and Ways to Make Your Blog Thrive

Don’t RushRegardless of your reason for creating one, the overall topic of your blog should be something you're passionate about. However, it’s important that you take...

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1 year ago

Getting Your Pre- and Post-College Finances in Shape

Reduce Monthly Expenses If you find yourself worried about past education debt, you can do a few minutes of online research and locate a lender who offers consolidation services. By putting all your loans into one simple monthly payment, you ...

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2 years ago

Berry vs. Bury

People feel that the English language is tricky and confusing, but it doesn't necessarily need to be. There are many words in the English dictionary that have the same pronunciation but different spellings. We refer to them as homophones. They’re...

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2 years ago

Train Your Mind: 10 Indispensable Tools for College Students

Many students rush to buy vitamins, energy boosters, and other things promising the improvement of their cognitive abilities. And some supplements can do the trick but only on a molecular level. And we all rather need a boost for our brain to turn on...

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2 years ago

Why is Learning Foreign Languages Exciting?

At school, we learn a foreign language for several years, in most cases, because of the academic program. For our age and brief life experience, we underestimate the importance of knowing a different language and speaking fluently in it. Following gr...

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2 years ago

Rules For Using Single Quotation Marks

When it comes to punctuation rules, even the most experienced writers have hesitations. These rules are vague. So, if you found yourself doubting whether you need that quotation mark and which one should go there, read the following recommendations. ...

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2 years ago

The Most Difficult Words to Spell in English

And, then come those complex words that don’t even enter our tongue, leave alone learning or using them. But why are those words there? • For most English language exams, knowledge of these words can help you score easily • Spell Be...

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3 years ago

How Many Words Does an Average Person Know?

According to thelinguist.com, a research done on vocabulary size and auditory syllable recognition am...

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3 years ago

A short guide to improving your grammar and increase your vocabulary in a month

Working with online writing services present a great way of learning from professionals. They are very resourceful in helping you make the right choice of words and vocabulary to apply in your writing. Effective communication can only be made when on...

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3 years ago

5 Educational Websites for Foreign Students to Make Fast Progress in Studies

It’s possible to find a lot of helpful educational services that function online. They offer various learning options and kinds of help. If you find good educational websites for foreign students, you can solve your greatest troubles. Top 5 useful ...

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3 years ago

Tips for Teaching Grammar to ESL Students

10 Great Tips for ESL Students Needless to say, for ESL students it can be difficult to learn all the grammar rules to write correctly. In this short article, we are going to provide you with some hints from famous tutors to...

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3 years ago

5 Ways to Overcome Grammar Issues

Why Literacy MattersThere are two basic reasons why you should work on your literacy and constantly improve it.1. The Increased Likelihood of Getting Low Marks for Written TasksProfessors do not like illitera...

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3 years ago

3 Basic Grammar Rules for Academic Writing

Rule #1. Use Proper PunctuationWe assume that you already know the basic rule that you should write complete sentences that have subjects and verbs, and ensure that you start each new sentence with a capital letter. Apart from that, using a...

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3 years ago

Difference Between Proofreading and Copyediting

No matter what type of writing you are working on, you will sooner or later face the need for proofreading and editing your piece since these are important stages of the entire writing process. Therefore, any author has to learn the difference betwee...

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3 years ago

Tips to improve your writing

Follow structuresTrust me, your new and unique structure is not the best thing since sliced toast. If anything, self- built text structures usually just confuse the reader. If you are writing a letter, essay or review – ther...

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4 years ago

Approach vs. Reproach

Approach ...

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4 years ago

How to Avoid Grammar Mistakes in Your Writing?

The truth is, it is nearly impossible to write a 3000-word essay that is completely free of grammar and spelling errors. However, there is a great chance that you can minimize the errors so much that the reader will not notice the small issue...

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4 years ago

What types of plagiarism exist?

Different Types of PlagiarismThere are diverse plagiarism types. While analyzing the gravity, extend and plagiarism spectrum it is important to determine if it’s unintentional or intentional. That’s the re...

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4 years ago

List of Homonyms

Note: Some references use the term Homonyms more broadly, to refer to homographs (words spelled the same as each other but pronounced differently) or homophones (words spelled differently but pronounced the same)....

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4 years ago

Prepositions – At vs. In vs. On

In, at and on are commonly used prepositions and are used in different situations – be it telling adate, or time, or about a place and so on. Let’s discuss these prepositions and their uses in detailwith reference to time....

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4 years ago

List of Adverbs

abnormally absentmindedly ...

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4 years ago

Grammar Mistakes Leading to Plagiarism Issues in English Writing

When learning English, you have to deal with essays, reviews, research, and other types of papers. Assigning them, your tutors won't estimate mere grammar and vocabulary but also check if you didn't copy those papers from others. Plagiarism is a core...

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4 years ago

Why The English Language Is So Hard To Learn

The bandage was wound around the wound.The farm was used to produce produce.The dump ...

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5 years ago

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