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Synonyms: 4 Reasons Why You Should Use Them

–Huban Kasimi

‘Synonym’ literally means ‘with name’, and anything which has a name also has a meaning. Very often, we do fall short of words when trying to express thought or opinion, we end up using words like so, very, like, too etc. 378 more words

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Watch Out vs. Be Careful

“I always love to be careful with my expectations so that life has pleasant surprises for me.”

Sebastian Thrun, an innovator, entrepreneur educator and computer scientist… 648 more words

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Synonym not Cinnamon

A long time ago when I was a young mother raising my children, we watched Romper Room, which is my inspiration today with this challenge of using synonyms instead of the actual word. 118 more words

Word Prompts

On The Beach

My flips-flops squelch in the soft sand. Tiny grains, incongruously scratchy, between my toes. I scan the beach, finding a place to settle in with my book. 113 more words

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Love Idioms

“Love is all you need.”

The Beatles

There are billions of people in the world and, hopefully, all of them have felt fondness or love for someone at least once in their life. 719 more words

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Do & Make: Usage & Collocations

“If I can do it, anyone can do it.”

Dawn Steel, a Scottish actress

“Do” and “make” are among some of the most commonly used English verbs. 801 more words

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Let, Permit or Allow?

“The best thing one can do when it’s raining is to let it rain.”

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, an American poet and educator

Let, allow… 647 more words

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