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Questions on "Ghosting" This Halloween Night

By Edward M. Bury. APR (aka The PRDude)

To get started, the topic of this post on what’s purported to be the “scariest night of the year… 345 more words

Mangled English

I wonder if George Orwell knew what he was unleashing on the world with the publication of his dystopean novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four?

The English language has been forever changed because of it.  1,012 more words

Story Corner

Verbs and adjectives in English

Spanish version

Noun formation verbs

Verbs:

Announce- AnnounceMENT

Pollute- PollutiON

Defend- DefenCE

Arrive- ArrivAL

Adjectives:

National- NationaLITY

Dependant- DepenDANCE

Adjectives formation

Nouns: Truth- TruLLY

Beauty-BeautYFUL… 212 more words

English Classes

Modern Language - Molecules

California emcee Just Joey and UK producer Museum are Modern Language, presenting their new single “Molecules“.

Maurice Charney, PhD

Title: Professor, Writer
Company: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Location: New York, New York, United States

Maurice M. Charney, PhD, Professor and Writer at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in literature and higher education.

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Literary Education

Inhumed

In a world of worthless words wordsworth would weep upon his
gown / by now round but still so flat as adams leave burried
under poe and keats / world wide step by step… 52 more words

Poetry

The most annoying neologisms of 2017 (and beyond)

Well, well, well. How did we get here?

Prepare to be shook my friends.

[Shook – like shaken, or shocked. In fact, shaken would be the grammatically correct term, but we time-poor millennials need to be conservative with our syllable usage. 624 more words