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Dashes, semicolons and colons [infographic]

  • August 19, 2013
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Dashes, semicolons and colons are potent punctuation. They add clarity, call attention to sentence elements and improve the “flow,” but they also add drama and are destructive if over-used. The infographic will make learning the rules easier.   To download high resolution poster click here. The Semicolon Each of these tools acts as a speed…

Anyway vs. Anyways [infographic]

  • August 7, 2013
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Anyway or anyways?   “Anyway,” “anyways” and “any way”: which are proper, and how should they be used? Some rules, examples and an infographic will help to sort everything out. [Infographic provided by] Click here to download high resolution poster. Anyway or Anyways?   These words give headaches to folks fond of English grammar….

10 Confusing Homonyms: Part II [infographic]

  • July 22, 2013
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English is riddled with words that sound similar but have completely different meanings, and some words that sound similar have very different spellings. The infographic and 10 examples of homonyms and homophones will straighten some of this confusion out. To download high resolution poster click here. <a href=”″><img src=”” alt=”” /></a>[Infographic provided by <a href=””><em></em></a>]…

10 Confusing Homonyms: Part I [infographic]

  • July 8, 2013
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The Homonym Phenomenon! Words that sound similar or are written the same but with different meanings are a notorious stumbling block for those learning English as a second language. In truth, native speakers have their share of trouble with them, too. Ten examples of homonyms and homophones and the accompanying infographic will clarify some of…

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