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A Little Something Different

Idea came from A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall. One of the writing assignments the characters had was to describe someone without using adjectives. So I decided to take on the challenge as well. 109 more words


Happy Year of the (Fire) Monkey!

2016 is the Year of the Monkey – specifically, the Fire Monkey. Read this short article about the Fire Monkey from Wikipedia, paying special attention to the… 302 more words


Grammar OCD Episode I

Everyday v Every Day.

Yes, there is a grammatical difference.…

Everyday is an adjective. It is used to describe events that are commonplace, ordinary, or that may occur every day. 76 more words


1.1: Family members; possessives; negatives; a word on cases

Cześć wszystkim – hello everyone and welcome back to Painless Polish! We will start off today by some very basic vocabulary, learning to describe the members of our closest family. 1,996 more words


Commas, commas, commas

Why do we use commas?

Commas are used to separate or clarify relationships between sentence parts in order to make the meaning of a sentence clear and easy to grasp. 550 more words


Step 1.0: “To be”; “to want”; “to have”; professions

Hello and welcome BACK to Painless Polish!

First I’d like to discuss with you the introduction of vocabulary. I’ve divided into several “steps” (or, if you prefer to refer to it as such, circles of hell), starting with the very basics and getting more and more complicated as we go along. 1,269 more words


Countries & Their Nationalities

Below is a list in English of countries and  the nationality of that country.

Please Note – in English all countries and adjectives describing the products, people or services from that country are… 95 more words