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 “AFK” meaning in the gaming community and other online chatrooms

The “AFK” meaning in the gaming community and other online chatrooms

AFK is an abbreviation of the phrase “away from keyboard.” It is an initialism, meaning that it takes the first letter of each word to create a new term that’s shorter and easier to type.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
How to use an En Dash correctly when writing

How to use an En Dash correctly when writing

En dashes are short dashes that show the range between two figures.

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Beth Taylor
English
Examples of how and when to use an apostrophe

Examples of how and when to use an apostrophe

No matter whether you learned English from birth or have only started learning recently, you will undoubtedly have had trouble with apostrophes.

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Beth Taylor
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When to use that vs. which and the clauses they introduce

When to use that vs. which and the clauses they introduce

The rules for understanding the different uses of “that” and “which” are relatively straightforward, in that any defining clause requires “that,” while any non-defining clause requires “which.”

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Beth Taylor
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How to Use a Grammatical Conjunction Correctly with Examples

How to Use a Grammatical Conjunction Correctly with Examples

To put it simply, conjunctions are small words used between other words, clauses, or sentences to connect them.

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Beth Taylor
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When to use mins or min as an abbreviation for minutes

When to use mins or min as an abbreviation for minutes

Although “mins” is a commonly used abbreviation for minutes, you should be aware that it is not correct for scientific use.

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Beth Taylor
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The difference between whoever vs. whomever and when to use them

The difference between whoever vs. whomever and when to use them

Whoever and whomever are often used interchangeably. People mistakenly believe that whomever is more formal, when in fact, they have completely different meanings.

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Beth Taylor
English
Lier or liar? What to use?

Lier or liar? What to use?

The word lier is so uncommon that 9 times out of 10, the word you’re looking for will in fact be liar.

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Beth Taylor
English
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Milena Lazova

I'm an ESL teacher with over 7 years of experience in providing original content. I really like writing educational articles which may help others learn some aspects of English.

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.