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Get It Right. Get Down is Not Always the Same as Get Off.

Jun 16, 2021

  Prepositions are tricky. They can sometimes be confused with one another because of similarities in spelling, as in the case of “in” and “on.” Sometimes, it’s the direction or position they indicate, as in our case in point, “get off” and “ge...
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Two Ways to Get Ahead: Precede vs. Proceed

Jun 01, 2021

Participating in a string of events is all fun and games until somebody mixes up the uses of “proceed” and “precede.” Do you continue with the event, or is the event happening before this other function that your friend invited you to? Recognizing the distinction between these two verbs i...
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Reading the Room with “Assume” and “Presume”

May 19, 2021

What does it mean to “assume” or “presume” different things? Keep reading, and we’ll show you the right ways to use these commonly confused terms! Have you ever been called “presumptuous” by another person? Have you ever been told that you were “bold to assume” something about...
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