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If you’re feeling stuck when attempting to translate from one English dialect to another, this article lists everything you should consider when working with unfamiliar forms of English.
The end of the year is a good time to celebrate the words that represent the past 12 months. Here’s our breakdown of 2022’s words of the year.
The start of a new year means that tax season is around the corner. To help you prepare, here are my best tips for organizing your business expenses.
Working with language can be puzzling, especially when dealing with business jargon. In this grammar bite, let’s explore using “action” as a verb.
In this series, learn why zombie rules don’t work and what rule you can follow instead. This week, we’ll tackle the “likely” and “probably.”
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