Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips:

  • When you emigrate, you exit a country. When you immigrate, you go into a country.
  • An adage is a saying that sets forth a general truth and has gained standing through long use. Almost by definition, an adage is old, so it’s redundant to talk about “an old adage.”

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