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You have a right to disagree with my previous post Writing with Speech Recognition Software. For many writers, dictating a book instead ..read more
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Do you need to master English to a certain standard? Perhaps you’re going to be entering an English-speaking university, or maybe you ..read more
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If you’re learning English as a second language, you might want some extra help and support beyond your regular lessons. Alternatively ..read more
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If you’re presenting two alternatives, you’ll often use an “either … or” or a “neither … nor” construction. Here’s how ..read more
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Why is it important to write correctly, to use standard grammar, spelling, and punctuation? Because you want people to understand you, ..read more
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Is there any difference between the words “nutritional” and “nutritious”? They’re both adjectives that refer to the nutrients ..read more
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For some writers, dialogue comes naturally. They find it easy to “hear” their character’s voices and they have the knack of crafting ..read more
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Have you got an Amazon Echo? If so, you might well have enabled a bunch of different skills to extend Alexa’s capabilities. (Skills are ..read more
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Fifteen or twenty years ago, self-publishing was looked on as a last resort option for books that a publisher wouldn’t want to take on. ..read more
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Two words that sometimes get confused are “disparate” and “desperate”. They have quite different meanings, but they can sound very ..read more

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