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Commonly Confused Words: Contractions, Full-Form Words, and their Mistaken Counterparts

We see them every day on social media: ain’t, should of, there’s, your, etc.  What it so wrong about using these terms?  Find out in this video, where Samantha Goodheart covers false homophones and more! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NX3BBdeqXE

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American English Basics: Types of Nouns and when to Capitalize Them

If you’re a writer, journalist, entrepreneur, or simply just somebody who uses American English in the written format, the video below will help you understand different types of nouns and when they should be capitalized.  It deals not only with the capitalization of words in titles, but also when you should capitalize names, ranks and…

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Commonly Confused Words: There, Their, and They’re

In this day and age, advances in technology have enabled us to sound smart by correcting our writings.  Why is it, then, that people still misuse simple words, such as homophones?  Could it be that we have gotten so used to computers doing everything for us that we have become lackadaisical with our language?  Perhaps…

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Commonly Confused Words: Singulars and Plurals

Whether you’re a writer, a student, a parent, or just somebody who lives in an area where others speak English, these are some words that you should know.  They are the most misused words I’ve come across in regards to the amount of each being used. Analysis/Analyses: Believe it or not, the plural form of…

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