Sooo useful! Love this!
Today is a day for revisiting the madness of the English language. We have all had moments when our minds blank and we can’t figure out what word we should use. “Affect or effect?” We wonder to ourselves. “Affect is usually a verb, right?” Luckily the fine folks at GrammarCheck have a bright and bubbly infograph that helps writers make the proper word choices.
Back when I was grading students’ essays, this would have been a great resource to hand to them. I’m still half-tempted to send it around to people I know, but I’ll restrain myself.
Two from my native language, neat!
Some of them are really interesting.
Did you know any of these words?
Check out this Blog from Dictionary.com: http://blog.dictionary.com/how-do-you-use-a-semicolon/
Solving the punctuation puzzle http://www.dictionary.com/slideshows/punctuation at Dictionary.com
Punctuation thoroughly explained – I found this very useful!
Globetrotter’s Glossary: 8 Travel Terms http://www.dictionary.com/slideshows/travel-words at Dictionary.com
Have you travelled or plan to this summer?
Do any of these terms apply to you?
The mystery words on your screen http://www.dictionary.com/slideshows/computer-terms at Dictionary.com
Interesting, huh? Did you know all this?