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Three Easy Strategies for Tying Writing to Learning

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Three simple strategies for using writing in various subjects to promote learning.

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The Wicked Bible: History’s Worst Typo

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We all make typos occasionally, right? We may have to deal with readers griping about a left-out apostrophe or some …

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Less or Fewer?

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Is it “one less problem without you” or “one fewer problem without you”?

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5 Errors with Comparative and Superlative Forms

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Adjectives and adverbs come in three degrees of comparison: positive, comparative, and superlative. When comparing or contrasting two or more things, we use the comparative or superlative degrees. The following chart gives some examples of adjectives and adverbs in their various degrees…

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Is “On Accident” Correct?

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I just received this email: “My two adult daughters and my husband and I have been going round and round …

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