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Ecstasy Editing Notes: 20 Filler Words and How to Get Rid of Them

You’ve all heard that filler words such as “um” and “like” need to be avoided when speaking, but did you know that there are a large number of words that will add clutter to your writing as well? 793 more words

Writing

괴롭다 (goeropda) [Word of the Day] | Vocabulary List of the Week

안녕하세요! (Annyeonghaseyo!)

I keep hearing this word. And though it’s not an adverb, it is a word that I think you’re probably familiar with as well if you listen to kpop. 118 more words

Korean

Adverbs in Korean| Where do they go in a sentence??? [Grammar of the Week]

안녕하세요!

This was probably one of the hardest things for me to grasp when I first started reading/writing sentences in Hangul. I had no idea where the adverbs were supposed to go or even how to identify them. 151 more words

Korean

Grammar!

Recently it has come to my attention that many writers tend to get confused by the current debates over certain devices, therefore I thought we might set the record straight on a few. 783 more words

Writing

Infographics: Teaching and learning about adverbs

The aim of this infographic is to practice using adverbs correctly (spelling, adverbs vs adjectives). I planned it for my adult pre-intermediate group to try a new way of presenting grammar rules. 361 more words

Grammar

Editing Notes: How to Handle Adverbs in Dialogue Tags

Deep in the throes of my first-draft revision, I’ve taken a serious, abyss-gazing-back-at-me look at my love of adverbs.  Because almost all writing advice floating around out there equates adverbs with evil.  667 more words

Editing