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Lets Lirn Inglish, 6


Let’s Learn English, Lesson 6   Speech Marks or Inverted Commas   The online Oxford Dictionaries website gives the following In direct speech, various punctuation conventions are used to separate the quoted words from the rest of the text: this … Continue reading

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Clarification Needed Regarding the Listing Comma


The Listing Comma, Please Help   As some of you already know, I’m seeking out the official British English grammar guidelines on the internet and posting them as lessons. The emphasis is on British English grammar here as taught in … Continue reading

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Lets Lirn Inglish, 3


 Let’s Learn English, 3 Apostrophes The online ‘Oxford Dictionaries’ give two main instances where the apostrophe is needed: “Using apostrophes to show possession Using apostrophes to show omission” Richard Dobbs of  another online website entitled  ‘Grammar and Style in British English’  … Continue reading

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How to use spell check in Word 2007 and Word 2010


Originally posted on LibroEditing proofreading, editing, transcription, localisation:
In this article we’re going to talk about using the spell checker function in Word, including how to find it, how to use it, and when not to believe it. This article…

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One Lovely Blog Award


  Thank you Emilia Leigh, London based writer, blogger, and dreamer, who nominated me for this ‘One Lovely Blog’ award. Her blog is at  I’m delighted to receive this award as it’s my first as a blogger, so thank you … Continue reading

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Unfair to Authors


Unfair to Authors.

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