gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Is Trick or Treat a Trick or a Treat?

Oct 25, 2017

  Time to bring those jack-o’-lanterns out of the box—Halloween season is finally here! It’s that time of the year again where kids dress up in spooky costumes and adults go crazy over how cute they are. It’s trick-or-treat season, and if you’re one of those who...
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Spooky Syntax: Grammar Ghosts

Oct 11, 2017

Halloween is all about the spooky, the creepy, and the downright scary. Usually, that means the stuff that nightmares are made of, but sometimes, the English language can be pretty terrifying too. Take a look at the grammar rules below. They’re so horrifyingly obsolete, they should be buried ...
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Grammar Chaos: The Countdown versus Count Down Showdown

Oct 04, 2017

What’s the difference between countdown and count down? We’re here to give you tips and examples to avoid confusing the two in the future! Here’s a scenario. You’re a renowned government agent trained to defuse bombs. The president, in a panic, has just informed you through text that th...
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