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Assure, Ensure, or Insure?

Assure, Ensure, or Insure?

The English language has so many fun aspects, whether it’s sorting out homonyms (acts or ax) or figuring out which synonym is most appropriate (good or righteous). Even native English speakers can have difficulties with some nuances, so don’t feel too bad if you mix...

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How Can I Protect My Document Using Microsoft Word?

How Can I Protect My Document Using Microsoft Word?

In this technology-driven day and age, piracy and plagiarism are an enormous problem for writers. However, another problem that no one speaks about is when someone tampers with a document you’ve worked so hard on and for so long. The worst is that the culprit usually...

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Lay or Lie

Lay or Lie

When to use "Lay" versus "Lie": difference between lay and lie Lay means "to place something down." It is something you do to something else. It is a transitive verb. Incorrect: Lie the book on the seat. Correct: Lay the book on the seat. (It is being done to...

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Good Vs Well

Good Vs Well

It's such a simple little question: How are you? But I've heard from people who feel a twinge of apprehension or even full-blown frustration every time they have to decide whether to say they're good or they're well. “I'm good” is what you're likely to hear in general...

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What makes a great academic paper?

What makes a great academic paper?

The first rule concerning how students should set about writing academic essays is that there are no universal rules, since what works well for one writer may not suit another person. You may have been told in school that 'you should always begin with a plan' or that...

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