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Very, Nice and Sting

What is she thinking? You wonder. I was listening to an interview with the famed singer where the interviewer asks, “What is your favorite word?

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Quotes and Punctuation

You may have noticed when reading printed material, it appears these two topics are areas where people need a little assistance. These are examples using

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The Oxford Comma Dilemma

The ‘Oxford comma‘ (aka the serial comma or the Harvard comma) is an optional comma before the word ‘and’ at the end of a list: We sell

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Did I say that?

There are several words in our confusing language that either sound like another word, or we don’t hear it correctly and keep repeating it without

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Daily Grammar

It appears that language skills have dropped dramatically when younger people (and perhaps some who don’t know better) begin their sentences with, “Me and …..”

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Proofreading Tip

When you are proofing a document or presentation, it helps to go through it three times: first – look for word errors and typos; then

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