This is another example of language we can send to the Redundancy Department of Redundancy. Yet, we do hear people say: “We completely eliminated the problem.”
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This has been a crowd favorite, so to speak. So many of you have shared examples of how often you hear people say, “I have to leave for the airport […]
Following graduation from Mississippi State University, I moved back to my hometown and worked that summer and fall at my hometown newspaper. One of the most fun projects I contributed […]
“Larry decided to postpone sending the email until later that afternoon.” “I’m going postpone doing my geometry homework until later.” Have you ever heard someone use the phrase “postpone […]
“Halleigh, the spelling of your name is very unique.” “She had a very unique way of expressing frustration.” “The author took a most unique approach to revealing the murderer at […]
This post is dedicated to Jo Usry, chief executive officer of the Jackson Association of REALTORS®, who consults with every presenter she hires on the correct pronunciation of this word. […]
A fellow Amory Panther brought this confusing word pair to my attention through Facebook. Let’s see how well you choose the correct word in this sentence:
Are you starting something or beginning something?
A couple of weeks ago, I posted a guideline on how to capitalize complimentary closes for business letters and emails. When your complimentary close is more than one word, you […]
Blame this one on my Southern accent, but as soon as you scroll down the page, say the first word you see out loud: