Greetings, delightful lovers of knowledge! Have you ever been to Washington, DC? Cherry blossoms, the Lincoln Memorial, the White House (if only President Fitzgerald Grant, or the wonderful Mellie Grant were in that Oval Office right now!) Our nation's CAPITAL is also home to the CAPITOL building. Fascinating, isn't it? So here you go, my little darlings: … Continue reading Capital vs. Capitol
Hello fairy godreaders! As I sit at my desk, eating my delicious spinach, chickpeas, and cherry tomatoes salad, I started thinking about Zack Morris. He was dreamy, wasn't he? However, the reason Bayside High came to mind was because of Mr. Belding. You see, I've noticed way too often, that a lot of people don't … Continue reading Principal vs. Principle
Hello fellow grammar lovers of the world! Today, we're going to talk about dangling modifiers! Yes, yes, I can already see all of you moving towards the edge of your seats, all excited to read about it! Oh! You're getting up to clap! I'll just wait in silence while the standing ovation quiets down... Thank … Continue reading On Dangling Modifiers
¡Hola, mis queridos lectores! Did I confuse you much, my lovely dumplings? I just wanted to make sure you knew there are words in Spanish other than "despacito". I'll switch back to English... for now. So today's lesson will have some of you rolling your eyes with a "who cares, as long as you understand … Continue reading Wanna go to Puerto Rico With Me?
There once was a perky cheerleader who grew up to work at the Home Shopping Network and be part of one of those celebrity couples where you mix both parties' names #Jopher. Her name is Jodi (or as she prefers to be called, Princess Jodi). One afternoon, as she was typing something in her computer, … Continue reading Into vs In To
Hello my little wonders! I do not know what the weather is like in your hometown, but where I'm located, it's all gray (or grey, if you're in the UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand), and rainy, which makes my fairy wings flutter in excitement! Think of all the blooming flowers and rainbows that … Continue reading Accept vs. Except
Good morning, little rays of sunshine! Raise your hand if you've ever had scrambled eggs for breakfast! I'm willing to bet the amount of people who have done so is substantial. How many of you used to be children before becoming adults? It's not a trick question. We all know the answer to that one. … Continue reading Past Tenses As Descriptives