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Anyone vs any one, none vs no one [infographic]

  • November 12, 2013
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The confusion with “anyone and any one” and “none and no one” could be blamed on the way they sound. Folks speak more than they write, so these words are often incorrectly swapped when put onto paper. A look at the rules and an infographic should sort everything out.   [Infographic provided by] Download…

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 Idioms about knowledge [infographic]

  • March 18, 2013
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Modern culture cherishes wisdom, and English has plenty of idioms to reflect this. The infographic displays many common knowledge idioms, and the article lists examples of idioms in use.

12 idioms about money [infographic]

  • January 23, 2012
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Like music and literature, money has an effect on the changing nature of the English language; the “almighty dollar” has inspired many interesting phrases and idioms. What are Idioms? In English, an idiom is a broadly-used phrase with a meaning that may differ quite radically from the actual literal wording. The phrase “time flies” expresses…

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