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Which is correct? Backyard, back yard, or back-yard?
Unless you are writing an SAT essay, there is no intrinsic benefit to using big, fancy words.
Sesquipedalian — how ’bout that for a $10 word? It means “characterized by the use of long words.” So, I suppose in order to use the word sesquipedalian, you have to be sesquipedalian.
But today’s post isn’t just a meditation on the word sesquipedalian. It’s a challenge to the loquacious…
Back Yard, Backyard, or Back-Yard?
How to Quit Being a Grammar Snob: Eight Vital Steps
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