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Latest Entries: (18 total)

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 ...

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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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2 months 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 months 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...

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3 months 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 months ago

Approach vs. Reproach

Approach ...

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6 months 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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6 months 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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6 months 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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9 months 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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10 months ago

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