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Conjunctions: The Glue of the English Language

May 05, 2016

  Conjunctions, as defined by Merriam-Webster (2016), are words that “join together sentences, clauses, phrases, or words.” It seems pretty simple enough, but to make it even more so, let’s use metaphors—metaphors are important, after all.   So when you want to...
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Prepositions: Where Are You In The Space And Time Continuum?

Apr 14, 2016

  Prepositions are little words that show relationships among other words in a sentence or a phrase. We have established that sometimes these little words can and will cause trouble in writing, whether one is an amateur or a professional writer. We have also discussed the three most confusin...
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In, On, At: Are You Using Them in the Proper Place? Part 2

Apr 07, 2016

  Admit it. Out loud. Say it. No matter how old you are, whether you’re a working adult or an eighth grader, you know that you probably overlook this more than you let on. You mostly ignore if it’s wrong or right; they all mean the same thing anyway, right?   Come on. Conf...
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