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  1. Crutch Words That Can Ruin Your Sentence

  2. How Do You Add Emphasis With Italics?

    2020欧洲杯苹果下载If you’re thinking of using italics to emphasize words, keep in mind that the type of writing you do—and what style guide you follow—will determine how you use italics. Italics are typically used to show emphasis (For example: “I don’t care what he thinks. I do what I want!”) or to indicate titles of stand-alone works (Black Panther, Lost in Translation). Different style guides have …

  3. “M.D.” vs. “Ph.D.” vs. “Dr.”: Are They Synonyms?

    2020欧洲杯苹果下载Quick: when you hear the word doctor, what do you picture? Most would probably describe someone in a white lab coat with a stethoscope hanging around their neck or someone in medical scrubs—someone you would seek out if you have a deep cut that needed stitches. That word doctor, however, is a title assigned to many who don’t come close to that description, many of …

  4. Disinfectant vs. Antiseptic: Life-saving Differences To Learn About

    2020欧洲杯苹果下载by John Kelly, Senior Research Editor at ero-goods.com It’s easy to confuse disinfectants and antiseptics. They have a lot in common, after all. Both are chemical agents used to reduce the risk of infection from germs and help stop the spread of disease. But, disinfectants and antiseptics also have differences in their use—differences that can be critical to your health and safety. Here’s the key …

  5. What Are The 100 Most Common Words In English?

    2020欧洲杯苹果下载The words we’ve compiled here probably look familiar: they are the 100 most frequently written words in the English language. Many of the most frequently used words in English are important, fundamental parts of speech like articles, conjunctions, and prepositions. If those terms sound like gobbledygook to you, or you haven’t heard them since third grade English class, we understand. So we’re going to give …

  6. Beyond Sad, Mad, and Glad: Words For Grown-Up Emotions

  7. Words That Didn’t Really Catch On (And You’ll See Why)

  8. “Patriotism” vs. “Nationalism”: What’s The Difference?

    2020欧洲杯苹果下载You’ve probably heard of public servants carrying out great acts of patriotism. You’ve probably also heard of concerns of a rising wave of nationalism around the world. Yes, both words involve some form of pride in one’s country, but there is an incredibly important distinction to be made between the two. Historically, both patriotism and nationalism were used roughly in the same way. But they …

  9. What Is The Difference Between “Furlough” vs. “Layoff”?

    by John Kelly, Senior Research Editor at ero-goods.com The coronavirus pandemic isn’t only affecting people’s health and safety. It is also impacting people’s livelihoods as the virus hits the economy. Cancellations, quarantines, and social distancing are causing many companies to furlough or lay off employees—and in some instances, both.  But what is the difference between furloughs and layoffs? For health, safety, and medical emergencies or …

  10. “Hoard” vs. “Horde”: Do You Know The Difference?

    Are you staring at piles and piles of junk and becoming increasingly concerned about the accumulation in, uh, someone‘s apartment? No judgment if you’re asking for “a friend”! We’re here to help you use the right words to describe this problem. To properly examine the issue, we’ve got to get the vocabulary pinned down: does this chaos signal a problem with hoarding? Or the tendency …