The importance of English vocabulary is a topic which is all too often neglected in the school system… and here’s why you should care.
Ahhh English… The oft maligned class and language of our childhoods… How could something that seems so easy be so hard? Well! Not anymore with Edumuch.com’s English Section! We’ve got it all from tips to lessons!
Grammarly or Ginger? Ginger or Grammarly? When it comes to grammat checker software and their rivalries, this is the classic, age-old debate – which program is truly superior? Each program has their pros and cons… read on to discover more about the great grammarly vs ginger debate, and see which program is best suited for […]
First of all, what impressed me about WhiteSmoke was its user interface – easily, one of the best of its kind. Type anything you want in any text box (or in its designated writing tool), and then you are only one click away from everything you need to turn your text from good to great. […]
It’s amazing how many professional adults are working with a less-than-stellar knowledge of grammar and writing – luckily for them, there’s help to be had! Using pre-installed programs to check my grammar often resulted in missed errors… this Ginger software review will show why you never need to worry again!
Adjectives are difficult to learn for some, but as with anything linguistic: practice makes perfect. What is an adjective? Adjectives are used to modify, describe, or change a person, place, thing, idea. Basically, almost any noun can be modified with the use of adjectives which are called pre- and post-modifiers. The use of adjectives is […]
One of the most confusing challenges in the English language is dealing with words which are homonyms (also known as homophones), meaning words that sound alike. A fine homonym example is two/to/too. Those three words sound exactly alike but differ in their meaning and usage. The Oxford English dictionary no doubt contains a homonyms list […]
English can be a tough language. This is especially true for those who are not native speakers, and most definitely true for those who may be studying English as a foreign language. With the advent of the internet and all it entails, many grammatical errors have become commonplace. It can be difficult to tell when […]
Nouns are words used to describe every object or abstract concept that we have a name for, basically. Nouns are used to describe people, places, things, and ideas. They can be broken into several sub-categories, according to their use and context. There are various ways of breaking down nouns, and I will be writing about […]
Using adjectives can be confusing. There are many exceptions to the rules of adjective-using. I will try and simplify things for those in need of guidance. Adjectives are used to describe or modify a noun (i.e. place, person, thing, or idea). Examples: A unique blend The fastest runner An amazing trilogy Six months’ severance pay […]
Recently I met up with an old friend who is writing a book. Out of interest I began asking him how he is editing his work (before sending it to a professional editor). He then went into the complex topic of editing software and which programs are best. I had no idea there were so […]