Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing

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      642 - 'Regard' Versus 'Regards.' Languages Without Numbers.


      'Regard' Versus 'Regards.' Languages Without Numbers.


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      641 - 'Myself.' ‘Get the Skinny.’


      'Myself.' ‘Get the Skinny.’


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      640 - Can a Screw Screw Itself into a Board? (Middle Voice)


      Can a Screw Screw Itself into a Board? (It's not passive voice. It's middle voice!)


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      639 - Great Paragraphs. Falling off the Turnip Truck.


      Great Paragraphs. Falling off the Turnip Truck.


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      638 - 'None.' How Pirates Talked.


      'None.' How Pirates Talked.


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       2018-09-13  12m
       
       

      637 - ‘MacGyver.’ ‘Semicolons.’


      ‘MacGyver.’ ‘Semicolons.’


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       2018-09-06  10m
       
       

      636 - 'To Boot.' Duck Tape. 'Can' and 'May.' Pronouns.


      'To Boot.' Duck Tape. 'Can' and 'May.' Pronouns.


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       2018-08-30  16m
       
       

      635 - 'Quick and Dirty.' 'Momentarily.' Short Subjects.


      'Quick and Dirty.' 'Momentarily.' Short Subjects.


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       2018-08-24  13m
       
       

      634 - 'Rack' or 'Wrack'? How to Eliminate Adverbs.


      'Rack' or 'Wrack'? How to Eliminate Adverbs.


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       2018-08-16  9m
       
       

      BONUS: Words for Color


      Did you know there was a color boom in the 1800s?


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       2018-08-14  11m