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Hanukkah or Chanukah

Hanukkah or Chanukah—One Holiday with Two Spellings

Dec 02, 2018 in Writing

’Tis the season to be merry! It’s the time of year to wish friends and family, far and wide, a wonderful season’s greeting. It’s a…

how to write a book title

How to Write a Book Title

Jul 12, 2018 in Writing

“Never judge a book by its cover,” they say—yet almost everyone does. And one of the main things readers judge is the book’s title. For…

criteria vs criterion

Criteria vs. Criterion: Decoding the Difference

May 11, 2018 in Grammar

  What are the criteria for properly using the word “criterion”? There’s actually only one criterion; the proper use of the word “criteria” is a…

verbs vs adverbs

Grammar 101: Verbs vs. Adverbs

Apr 04, 2018 in Grammar

  What are verbs and adverbs? Simple! An adverb is a verb that has gone into advertising. Okay, that was a joke. But in fact,…

what is a conjunction

What Is a Conjunction?

Mar 01, 2018 in Grammar

So what is a conjunction, anyway? A conjunction is a word or set of words used to connect sentence elements. Conjunctions connect thoughts, actions, ideas,…

Emigrate vs Immigrate

Emigrate vs. Immigrate: Are You In or Out?

Feb 15, 2018 in Grammar

  You’ve come here to learn when to use emigrate vs. immigrate. But before we move forward, tell us: Are you in, or are you…

Character Sketch

How to Make a Character Sketch

Feb 08, 2018 in Writing

Writers use character sketches as quick references for their stories. The sketch is a guide the writer uses as a reference for adding more detail…

National Handwriting Day

January 23 Is National Handwriting Day

Jan 23, 2018 in Writing

Put away the keyboard, quit your texting, and close those chat windows because today we’re going to celebrate the fabulous form of written communication known…

premiere vs. premier

Premiere vs. Premier:
Which Is First, and Which Is Best?

Jan 19, 2018 in Grammar

Our story of premiere vs. premier begins with this very first sentence—the premier sentence—and our goal of helping you become an expert on how to…

Caramel vs Carmel

Caramel vs. Carmel—What’s the Difference?

Dec 22, 2017 in Grammar

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to eat a bag of caramels as you walk down the streets of Carmel? To watch…

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