There vs. Their vs. They’re: What’s the Difference?
There vs. Their vs. They’re: What’s the Difference?Cite and sight. Flower and flour. Hole and whole. When spoken aloud, these pairs of words sound exactly alike, but they are in...September 22, 2022
Moot Point: Definition and Examples
Moot Point: Definition and ExamplesHave you ever been in the middle of a heated discussion and needed a strong way to end the argument while making your point...September 2, 2022
What Are English Proverbs? Definition and Examples
What Are English Proverbs? Definition and ExamplesIt’s Monday morning, and you’re sitting in a meeting with coworkers and your manager, who wants to get her team fired up for the...June 21, 2022
10 Summer Writing Tips to Keep You Engaged
10 Summer Writing Tips to Keep You EngagedIt’s officially summertime, and that means it’s time to kick back, relax, and take a break from the routines we rely on to get us...June 14, 2022
How to Write a Memorable Wedding Toast
How to Write a Memorable Wedding ToastA memorable wedding toast can be many things: tear-jerkingly sincere, comedic and light-hearted, overly long and drawn out. We...May 18, 2022
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