Here is a collection of unusual words with our take on how they might be used in the future. Read along to find out how many unusual words you can identify and make up a few of your own.
The Naughty Grammarian instructs on English usage. This lesson is about the confusion between “titled" and “entitled.” She also gives advice about choosing a title.
The proper use of the contractions: it's, its, your and you're with definitions and examples.
What is a split infinitive and is it grammatically correct? A guide with definitions and examples.
Words that sound alike, but have different meanings, are one of the difficult aspects of English, but homophones can be conquered with practice and a few memory tricks.
A completely innocent, but fun, vocabulary lesson!
Lay and Lie are very similar words; many people use them interchangeably. However, in formal communication, it can be vital to understand the difference, as using proper grammar will help you present yourself as educated and professional.
Short reflections taken from various source. inspirational phrases and thoughts may bring the wisdom of the ages into our lives. I hope you will enjoy them as much I enjoy putting them together.
On the Internet over the last couple of years there seems to be a proliferation of the word ignorant, and often it is overused. Do you remember in high school when your teacher suggested using a thesaurus to use a new word? Often there are more...
It is important touation marks are not for physical adornment of writings, they are for enhancement of communication – they help you say what you want to say clearly. It will be absurd that one will say two to three sentences without any break somewhere within. Sometimes one may observe a break beca