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Dog-ear (noun) – folded down corner of a book page

(verb)- to mark a section or a phrase in a book 145 more words


Exiting UAE for visa change.

It’s the time of the year again. My mom needs to go out of the UAE so that we can process her tourist visa extension in the UAE. 542 more words


Ten Rules for Writing Plurals

The plural forms of English words can sometimes be fraught with confusion. It’s a mystery to me how non-native speakers cope with them. The standard rule is that to make a word plural, you add… 674 more words


Her subject and verb aren't perfect

Whenever I see a grammatical goof this blatant, I wonder what the heck the writer was thinking:

Then I remember I’m reading Yahoo! Style and there probably was no thinking involved.


501 French Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses in a New Easy-To-Learn Format Alphabetically Arranged

What you see is what you get when it comes to this popular series of foreign-language grammar titles, and here what you get is 501 French Verbs, fully conjugated in every tense the French language has to offer. 105 more words

Grammar activity "Pond Circle"

Currently we’ve been working on our first grammar lessons. Naturally, we’re seeing grammar patterns everywhere. We recently came across a picture book full of great examples of adjectives and verbs – titled “ 689 more words

The subjects and verb was wrong

Let’s take the charitable view and call this grammatical gaffe on Yahoo! Style a typo:

The writer meant to type were but her fingers slipped and she typed… 6 more words