gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Suzanne Collins: Writing with Fire

Mar 30, 2017

Known best for creating one of the strongest female characters in modern literature, Suzanne Collins’s career spans decades’ worth of words. Born in Connecticut to a military family, Collins was constantly moving. She attended the Alabama School of Fine Arts and graduated after majoring in ...
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Grammar Chaos: Get the Job Done—What Makes an Emigrant Different from an Immigrant?

Mar 29, 2017

  The words emigrant and immigrant are one of the most interchangeable word pairs in the English language. Not only that, they tend to get misspelled a lot too.   Both words are nouns derived from the verbs emigrate and immigrate. Emigrate and Immigrate have close meanings. This is be...
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Elizabeth Gilbert: Read, Pray, Love

Mar 23, 2017

Most known for her memoir, Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert continues to write down her experiences and share them with the world. Despite the backlash she has received after revealing that she is in a same-sex relationship, Gilbert continues to inspire women all over the globe with her words. ...
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