This is a three step Bible Study method for anyone who wants to have a better understanding any passage in the Bible. It is for Christians and non-Christians alike. Short and easy to follow.
an article on Monkey related idioms. Idioms that mention monkeys are often used in humorous way. Rarely offensive, these phrases seem to focus mainly on the playful aspects of a monkeys character.
Do we really need 'silent' AND 'quiet', or 'angry', 'mad', 'incensed', 'nonplussed', 'disgruntled', AND 'enraged'? Do all these synonyms enrich or language or just make it too hard to learn?
"Geek" and "nerd" are often used interchangeably, but there are some differences between the two terms. Find out about what separates geeks from nerds, and see what others have to say in our debate.
The effects of the Battle of Hastings and the Norman Conquest on the English language are discussed. Printed and spoken examples are included.
Words words words..step up to the buffet and choose carefully...select the deliciously crafted ones that will amuse, enchant, inflame, arouse, calm. Endless possibilities await as we choose.
The Naughty Grammarian instructs on the finer points of English usage, points either never learned or long ago forgotten. This lesson is on the misuse of the words "literally" and "awesome."
I love oxymorons! Check out these examples of opposite or contradictory terms.
Parts of Speech: Every sentence is a combination of different words. These different words are divided into many categories according to their functions, which are called parts of speech.
This article will show you the structure and rules of Passive Voice. All the rules have been explained for converting active voice sentences into passive voice. All the Tenses have been converted into Passive Voice with clear rules and examples.