Monthly Archives: July 2011

You’re Very Organized, But Are You Very Trained?

When is the word “well” necessary in phrases like “very organized”? Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Centering on Greek Prefixes

If you know some Greek prefixes, you’ve got a key to unlocking many English words. This week we exam epi-. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Don’t Circumvent Study

Does circumlocution plague your speech? Build your vocabulary to have the right word ready for the right time. Continue reading

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Usable Usage: Confronting Between and Of

When confronting someone, which preposition do you use? Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: In- Latin

Infatuated with Latin prefixes? Check out these not-insignificant words. Continue reading

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