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#GrammarTrivia: "Albeit"

Hello, fellas! Before the weekend ends, let’s begin our #GrammarTrivia session!

Today we will be talking about: “ALBEIT”.

The word is commonly used in American English. 144 more words

English

Day 108: Jeopardy Online Test

Last week I wrote a blog about Jeopardy and about how they were looking for a new host, there has not been much news on the host search, but I did throw my name into the hat for the contestant search. 270 more words

Blog

#EngTrivia: About Pun

Pun pronunciation

@rehaneta: by the way, how do you pronounce ‘pun’?” It’s / secara Bahasa “pan” seperti kata panci tanpa ci-nya

You can hear the pronouncatiation here… 257 more words

English

Trivia : Tom Clancy and The Hunt for Red October

Even as a kid, Tom Clancy was obsessed with naval history, reading books written for engineers and officers. He went to Loyola University in Baltimore where he studied English and dreamed of being a novelist. 420 more words

Authors

I’m sitting at Quill’s Coffee on Baxter and this is staring at me.

I had planned to get a little bit of Gus Bus Trivia writing done before this… but now I think I’ll just sit here nervously and wait. 8 more words

Life

John Steinbeck and The Grapes of Wrath

It was on this day in 1939 that John Steinbeck published The Grapes of Wrath. It is a novel that chronicles the Dust Bowl migration of the 1930s and tells the story of one Oklahoma farm family, the Joads, driven from their homestead and forced to travel west to the promised land of California. 447 more words

Authors

#GrammarTrivia: "Thus"

Today we will be talking about “THUS”. ‘Thus’ is obviously not ‘this’, and you may find it in formal texts/conversation.

‘Thus’ is a conjunction used to expand a previously mentioned idea. 172 more words

English