Albeit is a single word meaning “although” or “even though”. It should not be broken up into three separate words as all be it just ….
Month: February 2021
In negative statements, place the word all where it belongs. Physically stick it as closely as possible to the subject it actually modifies. Suppose you ….
“All in all” is a traditional emphatically redundant idiom which can mean “all things considered,” or “after all,” or “nevertheless.” People unfamiliar with the traditional ….
Last week, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced some changes in the way the social media platform will operate in 2021. This caused a giant stir ….
BLUF: (Bottom Line Up Front) The singular and plural of aircraft is aircraft. aircraft: a vehicle (such as an airplane or balloon) for traveling through ….
While all adverbs in “-ly”, there are “-ly” adverbs and “-ally” adverbs. Basically (see what I did there?) you just have to memorize which is ….
Despite four hundred years of English speakers using aggravate to mean annoy or irritate, there is a shade of difference. If you make something worse, ….
Successful people are not gifted; they just work hard then they succeed on purpose.
A lot of so-called experts offer writers a lot of questionable advice. I remember not too long ago, the prominent advice at writers conferences was ….
Have you ever heard of RAS sydrome? “RAS” stands for “redundant acronym syndrome.” So if you suffer from RAS syndrome you suffer from “redundant acronym ….