15 Words Invented by Shakespeare
15 Words Invented by Shakespeare
Guest post from Mignon Fogarty The 452nd anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth is coming. He is not only known as a timeless playwright, but also...
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The Importance of Providing Books in High Poverty Classrooms
The Importance of Providing Books in High Poverty Classrooms
Guest post by Debra Hannula, J. D. Bookmentors.org As the daughter of two retired public school teachers and an attorney for thirty years working on...
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How to Read Between the Lines of a Job Description
How to Read Between the Lines of a Job Description
Guest post from Jennifer Parris, Career Writer for FlexJobs On the surface, a job description might seem fairly straightforward. It lists the job title, a...
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10 Interesting Facts About the English Language that You Didn’t Know
10 Interesting Facts About the English Language that You Didn’t Know
Guest Post by Rochelle Ceira Did you know that enneacontakaienneagon is actually a word in the English language? (And you thought pronouncing supercalifragilisticexpialidocious was difficult?)....
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Where to Find The Answers to Your Grammar Questions
Where to Find The Answers to Your Grammar Questions
How the Grammar Girl Team Answers All Those Grammar Questions Guest post by Ashley Dodge English is a complex, complicated, and often confusing language. It...
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A Daily Dose of Poetry: Day 17
A Daily Dose of Poetry: Day 17
Congratulations to today’s #PoetryMonth poet, Mary Bernard! Mary blogs at Writing Mom of 3 and is a Grammarly affiliate. She has won the first ever...
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5 Tips On How to Choose Your Blog Name
5 Tips On How to Choose Your Blog Name
Guest post by Yohana Petrovic So, you’ve decided to start your own blog! But before you can start writing and engaging with your readers, there is one...
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Do You Understand the True Bard or the False? Some Shakespeare Etymologies
Do You Understand the True Bard or the False? Some Shakespeare Etymologies
The list is not, of course, exhaustive. There are some hundred or so False Friends in Shakespeare. Reading Shakespeare with any medium size etymological dictionary...
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Q Without U: 9 Must-Know Words to Celebrate Scrabble Day!
Q Without U: 9 Must-Know Words to Celebrate Scrabble Day!
This Monday, April 13, is Scrabble Day, and Grammarly is celebrating with our fellow word-lovers, Dictionary.com! Guest post by Michele Turner, CEO at Dictionary.com Can...
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A Parallel Love Letter to Grammar
A Parallel Love Letter to Grammar
In honor of National Poetry Month, writer Antonella Gazzardi has contributed a poem about grammar for your reading pleasure! Every weekday in April, we will...
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