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Beth Taylor

Beth Taylor

Hello! My name is Beth. I'm from France. I'm a French and English native speaker and I really like writing.

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.

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When to Use Parentheses vs. Brackets in Your Writing

When to Use Parentheses vs. Brackets in Your Writing

Brackets are punctuation marks used in writing and mathematics to enclose words, numbers, or symbols. The purpose of brackets is to separate the enclosed words and figures from the rest of the sentence or equation.

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Beth Taylor
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When to use “Aid” vs. “Aide” to talk about assistance and job titles

When to use “Aid” vs. “Aide” to talk about assistance and job titles

You may already be aware that “to aid” is a verb that means to provide help. “Aide” is a very different noun. It does not have a verb form and can never be used in the same context as aid.

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Beth Taylor
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How to know when to use the verbs presume vs. assume

How to know when to use the verbs presume vs. assume

Presume and assume are both verbs with similar meanings. They can both be used instead of the verb “to suppose” but cannot be used in the same contexts.

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Beth Taylor
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IRL meaning and in which contexts to use it

IRL meaning and in which contexts to use it

When trying to discern whether something is real or part of digital life only, you can use the abbreviation “IRL” which means in real life.

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Beth Taylor
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Is “Hanged” or “Hung” the Past Tense of the Verb to Hang?

Is “Hanged” or “Hung” the Past Tense of the Verb to Hang?

English irregular verbs are challenging at the best times, with seemingly no logic and very few rules to follow. One prime example of this is the verb “to hang.”

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When to use “Leery” or “Wary,” and what’s the difference between them?

When to use “Leery” or “Wary,” and what’s the difference between them?

Leery is an adjective used to show that someone or something is cautious or wary of another person or thing.

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Beth Taylor
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How to use “continually” vs. “continuously” with example sentences

How to use “continually” vs. “continuously” with example sentences

The words continually and continuously are very similar, and yet have slight nuances that many people are not aware of. In fact, these two terms cannot be used interchangeably.

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Beth Taylor
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