A writer’s diction, or word choice, is imperative to conveying the work’s intended meaning. This list will help spice up your writing and engage your readers.
Enhancing our vocabulary with new words is a great way to spice up your writing and keep readers engaged. This list will help when you’re feeling repetitive.
Writing with suffixes can show you just how versatile language is. Let’s investigate the suffix “-er” and some examples of its usage.
Writing with suffixes is just as important as writing with prefixes. Let’s start with the suffix “-ate” and some real-world examples of its usage.
“Intra” and “inter” are a pair of prefixes that people often confuse. Let’s investigate the differences using real-world examples and definitions.
You may know your syntax, but do you know your Greek prefixes? In the first part of this blog series, we’ll investigate the Greek prefix “syn.”
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.
When someone sneezes, an overwhelming majority of people wish them a blessing from their god. Why is that?
A “bludgeon” is defined as “a heavy, short club that is thicker at one end or is weighted at one end.” It’s a good alternative for “club.”
Though it can be conflated with “procrastinate,” the verb “prevaricate” means “to speak or act evasively; to avoid telling the truth; to lie.”