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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: Don’t say that you’ll try and do something; say you’ll try to do it. If you try to do something, you might achieve it, or you might not. If you try and do something, it means … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Here are today’s two grammar tips: The derogatory term for a public relations person is flack, which supposedly memorializes Gene Flack, a well-known publicist in the 1930s. If you take a lot of criticism, you are on the receiving end … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: “Like” is a preposition and should be followed by an object to make a prepositional phrase. “As” is a conjunction and should be followed by a clause containing a subject and a verb. So, you would … Continue reading

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