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My apologies to Teddy.

They

There has been a lot of fuss over the years about using the word “he” when referring to a general unidentified person. Somewhere along the line authors (or editors) began using “he/she”, “he or she”, or even just “she” in … Continue reading

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Would Of, Could Of, Should Of

It’s common in the U.S.A. to contract would have, could have or should have in every day speech. But if you must write the contractions, they are not “would of”, “could of”, “should of.” They are: would’ve could’ve should’ve The same is true of … Continue reading

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The Da Vinci Code

It’s fiction! What, you didn’t know that?

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