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Word whimsy

Here are some little known English word tidbits to help get your year off to a good start: The longest word you can spell without repeating a letter: Uncopyrightable. The longest word with just one vowel: Strengths. The only English word with … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

In the questions below, choose the correct answer. (If you’re getting this by email, click on the Grammar Friday headline above to take the quiz.)   Thanks for visiting. While you’re here, please look around the site. You can subscribe … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: 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.” People often … Continue reading

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