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What’s the Difference Between Till, Until, and ‘Til?

What’s the Difference Between Till, Until, and ‘Til?

Many people wonder if they should be using till or until, and they’re wondering whether it matters.

Andre Kern
Andre Kern
English
TOEFL Challenges Students Face

TOEFL Challenges Students Face

What many students face on the verge of adversity at the start of their career paths is certain challenges during their studies for the TOEFL exams. Here are some reasons why.

Alejandro Gomez
Alejandro Gomez
English
The Meaning and Uses of “Never Mind” vs. “Nevermind”

The Meaning and Uses of “Never Mind” vs. “Nevermind”

“Nevermind” is not merely a misspelling. It is still a word, which can be found in some dictionaries, but it means something completely different.

Valentina Dordevic
Valentina Dordevic
English
The Definition of Parallelism and Examples of Use

The Definition of Parallelism and Examples of Use

Parallelism is when a sentence contains phrases or clauses with the same grammatical structure. It is used to give a phrase rhythm, making it clearer and easier to understand.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
When is the Best Time to Start Learning a New Language?

When is the Best Time to Start Learning a New Language?

In my opinion, there will never be a ‘best’ time to start learning a language.

Elsie Achgill
Elsie Achgill
Language Learning
Test Anxiety: How to Cope with it?

Test Anxiety: How to Cope with it?

In this article, you’ll learn how you can reduce your anxiety on the day of assessment, but first, what is test anxiety, and how can one recognize it?

Hiba Youcefi
Hiba Youcefi
Language Learning
Empathy and Sympathy—What These Words Mean and How to Use Them

Empathy and Sympathy—What These Words Mean and How to Use Them

Despite their shared origin, the words “empathy” and “sympathy” have different meanings.

Valentina Dordevic
Valentina Dordevic
English
The Most Common Collocations and Phrases with “Car”

The Most Common Collocations and Phrases with “Car”

This post covers commonly used collocations with the word car (+examples). These include adjective + CAR, verb + CAR, and CAR + noun.

Farzad Rezaei
Farzad Rezaei
English
Milena Lazova

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Valentina Dordevic

Hello! My name is Valentina. Book digesting is my specialty. I transform book ideas into easy-to-follow summaries, articles, study guides, reviews, essays, analyses, slides, or e-books.