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Grammar Chaos: The Red Tape between Escape and Scape

Sep 27, 2017

When is it correct to use escape or scape in a sentence? The difference is more than meets the e! Picture a detective hot on the trail of a clever art thief. The detective, Mr. Eeyus, is in the midst of the crime scene in an art gallery. A shattered window by the entrance marks the criminal’s...
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Grammar Chaos: When Homophones Collide—Is It Bizarre or Is It Bazaar?

Sep 20, 2017

  Bizarre and bazaar may sound alike, but these two words could not be more unlike.   Bizarre is an adjective, which means “strange or eccentric.” Here are some examples. The doctor is a pretty bizarre fellow, isn’t he? My cat was acting bizarre during the ...
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Grammar Chaos: How Far You Should Go—By Far versus So Far As versus As Far As

Sep 13, 2017

Phrases that use similar words can be pretty confusing, especially when we find them in very different places. Phrases like by far, as far as, and (in) so far as may look similar, but all of them are used for specific purposes. Keep reading to find out. By far is actually an idiom that means �...
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