Faux Pas

Faux Pas

As far as writing it is concerned, you don’t have to worry about the plural of faux pas—it’s written the same as the singular. If…

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What Does Et Al. Mean?

What Does Et Al. Mean?

Here’s a tip: In Latin, et alia (et al.) means “and others.” Another Latin phrase, et alibi, has the same abbreviation (et al.), but means…

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Modeling vs. Modelling

Modeling vs. Modelling

Whether you’re modelling or modeling, you’re doing the same thing. The only difference is in the spelling—the one with the single L is preferred in…

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Here, Here or Hear, Hear?

Here, Here or Hear, Hear?

If you want to voice your agreement with someone during a debate (especially if you’re a member of the UK Parliament), you will shout “hear,…

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