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In English, different situations call for different styles. While letters sent to a sibling are in an informal style, resumés require more formal English.

It is important to remember who you are addressing and what you are writing because this sets the tone. If writing to a Biology professor, the style will be formal. If the Biology professor is your brother, the tone can be more informal. The following are obvious examples of style difference that we can dissect later.

Dear Professor Carmichael,
I am writing to inform you of several discoveries made in our lab last week. We examined the paper you published last year and have taken your studies of the emotional states of flatworms in varying environments to a new level. We would be honored to share our data with you and would like to invite you to our lab. One of our interns mentioned that you will be at North Campus this weekend; please contact us if you might be able to visit.
—- Dr. Norbert Funkleberg

I just wanted to let you know that Myrtle and I have come up with a solution to your chili problem. We cooked…

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Some idioms have an international flavor; this infographic explains ten of them.


1. “It’s All Greek to Me”

“I can’t understand any of it.”

“Don’t ask me for help with your…

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This list, in no particular order, can help you to avoid skirmishes with grammar Nazis…or you can use it in studying to become one!

1. Plural vs Possessive

Folks seem driven to add an apostrophe whenever ending a word with “-s.” Here are two common mistakes that make grammar…

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Words wander constantly into English, but there are some that internet users would love to see wander right back out again.



Currently the most hated word on the internet, it is associated it with the word “selfish” and with duck-lipped teens and twenty-somet…

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