It almost feels like a GCD-Grammar compulsive disorder.
I have a strange hatred for people who developed the laws of English grammar – plurals, pronouns and pronunciations, they have buried us with their silly sense. Celebrating the honor of being ruined by this language, ASAP THOUGHT created a unique poem illustrating how crazy English language actually is. If you […]
These effects are not because there is something inherently wrong with the internet but it just reflects what's wrong with our society and amplifies the effects. This can be a little depressing to seriously think about what these negative effects imply. Here are 8 depressing facts about the internet.
We learn words in context of their use and by using them ourselves in our own sentences. Learning a word in isolation is like learning to swim in your living room. If you've tried to memorize words from a vocabulary list you know what I mean. Thankfully it is not as hard as it seems to learn new words. Here are top 10 tips to improve your vocabulary.
The language uses plenty of confusing words, with similar spellings, but different meanings. A word can simultaneously be a noun and an adjective, the difference lies in the way you’ll use it. Here is a list of top 10 common grammatical mistakes we make in English.
Great orators like Socrates, Winston Churchill, Jawaharlal Nehru, Abraham Lincoln, and Swami Vivekananda gave speeches that left the audience spell bound and truly elated. They seemed to have the talent as an inborn gift, which cannot be replicated by anyone and everyone.