A Grammar Lesson: Direct and Indirect ObjectsAn object is the part of a sentence that gives meaning to the subject’s action of the verb. For example: Alice caught the...May 22, 2019
Correcting People’s Grammar: Just Don’t Do ItAs grammar nerds, we care a lot about correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation. If you’re a grammar lover, maybe you’ve found...June 7, 2015
Say What?! Meet the InterrobangFew punctuation marks have as exciting a name as the interrobang. But what does the interrobang do? The interrobang combines the...May 27, 2015
Pear, Pair, and ParePair: two of something, usually that are similar or go together. For example: Pear: a fruit. For example: Pare: trim (something)...May 5, 2015
Simile and Metaphor—What’s the Difference?While both similes and metaphors are used to make comparisons, the difference between similes and metaphors comes down to a word....May 4, 2015
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