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06/07/2016
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When to Use “Which” and “Who”

    Did you know that which has been around in various forms since the eighth century? Who dates to sometime before 900. Despite hundreds of […]
29/06/2016
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What’s the Difference Between Luggage and Baggage?

    Synonyms give language richness and texture. Words that are otherwise very close in meaning often have subtle differences. Much of English vocabulary originated from […]
22/06/2016
In this June 2, 2009 photo, the Statue of Liberty is seen in New York harbor. The crown is set to open July 4 after being closed since shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

The Statue of Liberty

    One of the most famous monuments in the world, the Statue of Liberty, was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the […]
15/06/2016
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Hollywood

    At the start of the 20th century, a new city was beginning to grow on some flat land near the sea in southern California; its […]
11/05/2016
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Why grammar Mistakes In A Short Email Could Make Some People Judge You

I’m a cognitive psychologist who studies language comprehension. If I see an ad for a vacation rental that says “Your going to Hollywood!” it really bugs […]
27/04/2016
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10 Phrasal Verbs That Are Useful for Business

Communicating with native English speakers in a business setting means you’ll hear phrasal verbs at least once, if not several times, during a conversation. Phrasal verbs […]