Types of Nouns in English - Common, Proper, Countable, Uncountable, Concrete, Abstract, Compound and Collective Nouns

Types of Nouns in English - Common, Proper, Countable, Uncountable, Concrete, Abstract, Compound and Collective Nouns

Punctuation infographic--it's a jungle out there! A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom.

Punctuation infographic--it's a jungle out there! A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom.

by Jennifer Frost from Grammar Check If you want to improve your business writing, join us for The Plain Language Programme. If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course...

by Jennifer Frost from Grammar Check If you want to improve your business writing, join us for The Plain Language Programme. If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course...

How to Use a Semicolon  I thought infographics were supposed to make things easier to understand.  This one just proved to me that we should eliminate semicolons all together.   Death to the semicolon!

How to Use a Semicolon I thought infographics were supposed to make things easier to understand. This one just proved to me that we should eliminate semicolons all together. Death to the semicolon!

Repetition in writing is bad, but luckily the website proofreadingservices has created this chart of 128 words you can use instead of using "very" in front of various common words - it's very useful.

Repetition in writing is bad, but luckily the website proofreadingservices has created this chart of 128 words you can use instead of using "very" in front of various common words - it's very useful.

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