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All About Adjectives

Adjectives are the words we use to describe or modify nouns and pronouns in a sentence. They are often placed before the noun or noun phrase that they modify, though they sometimes come after.

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Onomatopoeia Definition and Examples

Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like what it's describing. When you come across an onomatopoetic word, you can hear the sound of the word that is described.

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What is Hyperbole and How is it Used?

In simple words, hyperbole means a language that is conveyed through exaggeration, and this exaggeration isn’t meant to be taken literally. Here are a few examples:

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English Grammar Guide

Grammar can be super-fun once you get a good grip on it. You can see grammar as a signpost in the world of English language. It guides you in finding your way around...

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What is a hyphen

We use hyphens when two or more words combine to create a compound word with a new meaning. For instance...

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Their They're and There

The issue of mixing up or misusing the words “their,” “they’re,” and “there” is a common one shared by even the best readers and writers.

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How to use a dash -- Hyphen vs Em-Dash vs En-Dash

The dash is one of those punctuation marks that many people have seen throughout their lives but have probably given little thought about how it’s really supposed to be used.

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How to use Question Marks

But what is a question mark, and how do we use them? Do all written questions end with one?

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Parenthesis

Parentheses serve multiple purposes in English, and they are implemented in pairs.