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Shades of Modality

  • August 29, 2011
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“Writers should learn to properly use auxiliary modal verbs.” Even if a reader has no idea what a modal verb is, this statement is more likely to agitate than inform, and it would start any other article on a sour note. Lurking at the beginning of the sentence, the modal verb “should” is responsible for…

I wish I were…

  • August 22, 2011
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“I wish I were” and “I wish I was”: which of these is proper in English? Both are proper, they are not interchangeable, and each has a purpose. Luckily, the differences are simple. What Does “Subjunctive” Mean? “Subjunctive” refers to a “verb mood” that conveys an urgency, and it generally points to a desire or…

Embed infographics

  • August 18, 2011
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Adding infographics to your blog or website is great way to come up with fresh topics and insightful tips when you need a new post but don’t have a lot of time. features a number of professionally designed infographics that accompany relevant topics. Anyone can add these free infographics to their site by inserting…

All About Adjectives

  • August 15, 2011
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Adjective Definition By Wikipedia’s definition, adjectives are words or phrases “naming an attribute, added to or grammatically related to a noun to modify or describe it”. In short, adjectives are descriptive words. Many confuse them with adverbs, but adverbs cannot describe nouns and generally end in “-ly”. Rule of thumb: if it cannot describe your…

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