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Word Pairs that Repeat Themselves

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He grew by leaps and bounds. We searched every nook and cranny. You will have to pick and choose. English is replete with redundancies. There is little to no difference between leaping and bounding, nooks and crannies, picking and choosing. Some language purists advocate the elimination of all redundant expressions, but I not only disagree, I think it’s a terrible …

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Acronym or Abbreviation?

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What’s the difference between an acronym and an abbreviation and an initialism? Let’s figure it out.

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What I Learned about Public Education from Subbing

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I used to be a teacher in a public high school here in Chesapeake, Virginia. This month, I went back as a substitute. Here’s the surprising thing I learned.

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Our Awesome Homeschool Graduation Ceremony

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Homeschoolers can have graduations too. In fact, they can have really great ones. This is how our homeschool community does it.

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Why We Homeschool, Part 1

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Most of the content on this blog is language oriented, but every now and then I like to talk about a broader topic–our approach to educating our children, namely, homeschooling.

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