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15 of the Hardest Words to Spell in the English Language

The English language is full of words that seem overstuffed with unnecessary letters, feel like they should be spelled a different way, or just don’t make sense. Here are some of the hardest words to spell, explained. Dilate With only

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Finally! Here’s When to Use “E.g.” Versus “I.e.”

We’re all guilty of making this mistake. Have you ever written a sentence like this? “On my ice cream sundae, I always like to add extra toppings, i.e., crushed nuts.” We know, it’s hard to think about using proper grammar

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20 Words Turning 100 in 2019

In the year 1919, some of the world’s preeminent thinkers were busy inventing the rotary dial telephone and pop-up toaster, signing the Treaty of Versailles, and forming the League of Nations, which preceded the United Nations. They were also dabbling

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Dictionary editors say this is the most misused word in the English language

It’s literally the opposite of what you’d expect. A traffic jam when you’re already late. A free ride when you’ve already paid. The fact that the King James Bible is the most shoplifted book in the United States. One of

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