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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: An unexpected event happens “all of a sudden,” not “all of the sudden.” The word “adverse” means “unfavorable,” “contrary” or “hostile,” as in “adverse circumstances.” Think of it as having the same root as “adversary,” someone or something … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: An unexpected event happens “all of a sudden,” not “all of the sudden.” The word “adverse” means “unfavorable,” “contrary” or “hostile,” as in “adverse circumstances.” Think of it as having the same root as “adversary,” someone … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: An unexpected event happens “all of a sudden,” not “all of the sudden.” The word “adverse” means “unfavorable,” “contrary” or “hostile,” as in “adverse circumstances.” Think of it as having the same root as “adversary,” someone … Continue reading

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