Tag Archives: Social Sciences

Your Defiant Child: Review

I studied this book as my primary source in preparing and drafting my second crime/mystery book. That is one reason why I mostly substituted the word ‘child’ with ‘defiant’. The other reason is I’m trying to apply the book context … Continue reading

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The Importance of Linguistics in Writing

    Euphonics ‘John uses a program which sends messages, automatically chooses recipients and edits the text, and detects spams.’ If I wanted that sentence to be euphonic (pleasing to the ear and easier to pronounce), I would rewrite it … Continue reading

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10 Words That Don’t Mean What You May Think They Do

This DWT article is so informative I was prompted to do something with it -I made it a puzzle. Think how you interpret these words then checkout DWT’s opinion (link below). I’m not a ‘native English speaker’ so imagine how … Continue reading

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