Monthly Archives: August 2011

Vocab Builder: -Er Words

Studying suffixes can give you a big step up in your vocabulary skills. Check out what -er can do for you. Continue reading

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Nine Words to Avoid in Your Writing

If you’d rather your audience paid attention to your message rather than your word choice, make yourself familiar with these nine words. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: How to “Ate” Your Words

Is your vocabulary desolate? Learn about the “-ate” suffix and increase your vocab. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Comparing Intra- and Inter-

Interpersonal skills are not the same as intrapersonal skills. Learn you prefixes and know the difference. Continue reading

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Take a Minute to Write Right

Two self-published books can help you write better prose and achieve your writing goals. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Greek Syn-

You may know your syntax, but do you know your Greek prefixes? This week’s Vocab Builder continues our look at Greek prefixes. Continue reading

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