Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2012’

Double-Duty Words: Verbals


A verbal is a word formed from a verb but used as a noun, adjective or adverb. Verbs are the one part of speech that can dress themselves up and act like other parts of speech.

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Writerly Wisdom


More graphic quotes by writers on writing.

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Two Vital Considerations for Every Writing Project: Audience and Purpose


No matter what you’re writing, you must keep two concepts in mind to communicate effectively: audience and purpose.

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Words We Confuse That Spellcheckers Miss, Parts N and O


Homophones cause all kinds of problems for spellers. They are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently. I’m covering all the most common ones a post at a time. Today’s is all about the homophones starting with N or O.

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