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Who says a noun always has to act like a noun? And who says a verb always has to be so...verby? Some writers have a fascinating ability to repurpose words and use them in new ways. Examples of creative word usage abound in The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer. This...
“Everyday” or “every day”? One word Or two? Find answers to your usage questions about the correct way to write “every day” or “everyday” (noun or adjective).
Female vs. woman. How to choose the right word in a sentence. Female, woman, and sexist language (adjectives and nouns).
Collective Nouns. What are collective nouns? How to make collective nouns agree with verbs and pronouns. Seriously nerdy grammar stuff.
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