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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: When you are feeling sick, use the word “nauseated.” When you are referring to something that causes you to be sick, use the word “nauseous.” So, the smell of rotten eggs is nauseous, and it makes you nauseated. The … 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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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: A friend of mine asked recently why the word “Internet” is capitalized? Here’s a good, succinct answer from Grammar Girl: “Is the Internet one specific place or is it a collection of things? Most language experts … Continue reading

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