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Peek vs. Peak vs. Pique

Ever heard of two (or three) words that sound precisely the same but have different meanings? Especially when you’re first learning English, this can be a difficult obstacle to overcome, but the solution lies in understanding what the word means and recognizing the correct usage based on the context of the statement. So can we differentiate between peak, pique, and peek? These …

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Principal vs. Principle

Principal vs. Principle (Explained with examples)

I see principle and principal used interchangeably, I also notice job posting for College Principle positions as well as blog posts about Scheduling Principals in Java Applications. These words can be confusing because they look and sound alike but they have very different meanings. When used as a noun, principal refers to a person who …

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English grammar mistakes

22 English Grammar Mistakes You Need To Stop Making Right Now

Making common grammar mistakes can make you look like an idiot in front of your colleagues. Here’s why I have listed 22 most common grammar mistakes in English language and the rules that you should follow when writing, this can help beginners to improve English grammar and amend grammatical mistakes. 1.    Active – Passive: Your …

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British vs. American English: Top 21 Differences

Do American and British English have significant differences or are these slight accent problems?  If you talk to any British, they would say, Americans don’t speak ‘REAL’ English instead its American English. Same is the case with Americans as well. So, who is right? Because while speaking or listening to them both, you can’t precisely …

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Grammarly For Word: Guide to Use Grammarly with MS Office

They say “If you make one grammatical mistake in your social media post, all the graduates from the Harvard University will appear in your post to correct you” well to some extent it is true, the internet will not accept any grammatical mistake. Your valid point or serious thought will be ignored, and you will …

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