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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: A missile homes in on a target. It doesn’t hone in, even though this mistake seems to be growing in popular usage. “Hone” means to sharpen. You can remember this by thinking about homing pigeons, who … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: A missile homes in on a target. It doesn’t hone in, even though this mistake seems to be growing in popular usage. “Hone” means to sharpen. You can remember this by thinking about homing pigeons, who … Continue reading

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