Being prevalent in our everyday life, filler words tend to rub off on our writing more often than not. We must take extra care to edit our draft to make sure it sounds professional.
What’s favorite email sign-off? How do you deal with your default email signature while sending emails from your smartphones?
While talking about past events, many people can be found confused between past and last. Contrary to what many believe, past and last cannot be used interchangeably. They are used to describe different conditions of an event with regards to a particular period or phase of time.
The prevalent misuse of “Flagship” among tech journalists in context of release of a new smartphones has made it difficult for many English learners to comprehend the actual meaning of the word. In this post, I will try to clear the confusion surrounding the word once and for all. Take my word for it.
Many people, especially in the non-English speaking country, tend to use Seat as a noun. However, there are situations where using Seat as a verb is necessary to convey the message appropriately.
Do home renovation words confuse you? Here’s a list of housekeeping jargons -words and phrases commonly used in the home designing industry.
If you are not a native English speaker, chances are that you might be learning the language the wrong way.
Simple vs Simplistic: Many people prefer to use two adjectives synonymously. However, both words have different meanings however similar they may sound. Here is how.