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84 – Frolic: Fused Participles (FROM my book: Don’t Dangle the Investigators! Parodies and Participles)

I have decided that, before I can proceed with further books on grammar, I need to refine what I have already written. Having thus shortened… 1,311 more words
English Language

Present

PRESENT Simple Tense

a. The speaker expresses the idea through a usual action as: facts, generalizations, universal truths, habits and routines, permanent situations.

“You write a book.” 102 more words

English Language

Making "zeg" happen

I’ve mentioned it before, Georgian has this great word “zeg”, meaning the day after tomorrow. It’s cute; it’s convenient; we need it in English. It seems that other people are finally starting to agree with me! 134 more words

Georgian Language

Words, They Mean Things: “Plans”

Those of you who have read some of these posts before know that I often take issue with marketing copy. At times, it might seem like I just have an irrational hatred of the ad industry. 687 more words

English Language

DEBKAFILE: Russia gearing up to be first world power to insert ground forces into Syria | JEWSNEWS

DEBKAFILE: Russia gearing up to be first world power to insert ground forces into Syria SEP 02, 2015by ADMIN in MIDDLE EAST & WORLD Despite strong denials from Moscow, Russian airborne troops are preparing to land in Syria to fight Islamic State forces. 129 more words

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Meerkat meme

by Colin McIntosh​

Meerkats are not new to popular culture (they appear in the folk tales of the San people of the Kalahari), but their arrival in the public’s… 368 more words

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