Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Tag Archives: English language
Getting to the Root of the Problem
Not long ago, Daily Writing Tips answered the question: “Is Inferencing a Word?” I could tell Maeve Maddox cringed as deeply as I did when she looked it up and discovered it in the psycholinguistic lexicon. Guess what it means? Inferring. … Continue reading
Posted in write tips, Writing, Writing Tips Tagged education, English language, grammar, prefix, root words, suffix 5 Comments
Him ‘n’ I
Him and I went to the beach! Sand got all over him and I. Cringing yet? Since most of the folks who read this blog are writers, I know I’m about to preach to the choir, but I heard “him … Continue reading
Posted in Writing Tagged English language, grammar, pronouns 19 Comments