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WHAT IS A BLOG

06th August 2012
The word, blog is the short form of weblog. What then is weblog? To enable us understand the meaning of this concept properly, we shall break up the word into two syllables, namely web and log. As you well know, the word web is associated with the ... Read >
Author: Yes

Vocabulary Workshop Answers- Samples and Definitions for Level F Unit 2

08th April 2011
Regular conversations hardly ever embrace sufficiently superior phrases to challenge people attempting to get a greater grasp of the English language using vocabulary workshop answers, and if they do provide you with a ok challenge you might be nonetheles... Read >
Author: humberto may

Children's Spirituality and Grace-based Parenting: An Interview with Tim Kimmel

07th July 2010
GO: Tim, we recently received your new book on Grace-based Parenting (Word, 2004), and we really like it! Tell us, in a nutshell, what is grace-based parenting? TIM: Grace-based parenting is really very simpleits about parents treating their kids the... Read >
Author: peterth

Strike them out: Mark Twain on adjectives

22nd June 2009
In Pudd'nhead Wilson, Mark Twain cautions us on using adjectives: "As to the adjective, when in doubt, strike it out." Clifton Fadiman warns us too: "The adjective is the banana peel of the parts of speech." Adjectives modify nouns. In the examples ... Read >
Author: Tom Aaron

The Meaning Behind Modular Office Furniture

17th April 2009
Recently I purchased some modular office furniture when I was moving my home office. I wanted a work environment that was more conducive to work, so that meant getting out of the family room. I decided to use an upstairs room that was not being used wisel... Read >
Author: MJ

What everybody ought to know about apostrophes

12th June 2008
They're billed as 'aspiring tycoons' entry criteria include being 'creative, sparky and bright'. So what led the candidates on this year's Apprentice to spend three hours deciding whether 'National Singles Day' needed an apostrophe and, if so, where it wo... Read >
Author: Robert Brighton

History of the Coach purse.

21st January 2008
Before the famous Coach purse became a self-sufficient icon, and as well as a regular noun, Coach started out as a small business in New York, in the beginning of the forties. They mainly offered women's purses, but a wide range of other accessories as we... Read >
Author: Frank12

Relationship Communication is Everywhere

24th July 2007
Communication Main Entry: com·mu·ni·ca·tion Pronunciation: k?-"myü-n?-'kA-sh?n Function: noun 1: an act or instance of transmitting 2a: information communicated b: a verbal or written message 3a: a process by which information is exchanged bet... Read >
Author: Jennifer Kelton
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