Grammar
Imperative Verbs in English, Explained
Imperative Verbs in English, ExplainedHere’s a quick tip if you need someone to do something but you’re unsure how to get your point across: Use an imperative verb....September 29, 2022
Simile vs. Metaphor: What’s the Difference?
Simile vs. Metaphor: What’s the Difference?Have you ever heard someone use the word “literally” and thought, “They can’t really mean literally.” There were not literally a...September 21, 2022
How to Use the Future Continuous Tense
How to Use the Future Continuous TenseThe future continuous tense is a verb tense that shows an action happening over a period of time in the future. “I will be...September 20, 2022
What Are Filler Words, and How Do You Cut Them?
What Are Filler Words, and How Do You Cut Them?Fillers words such as um or uh are words, sounds, or phrases people use to “fill in” empty spaces in communication. In speech,...September 16, 2022
Negatives and Double Negatives: What They Are, with Examples
Negatives and Double Negatives: What They Are, with ExamplesNegatives like not or never are words that change the meaning of a word or sentence to show it’s untrue or not happening. They...September 14, 2022
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