May 20th 2012
May 20th 2012
Shakespeare was a radical of his time. An erratic playwright, he was brilliant with words and phrasing, and gave us many classic hits such as Macbeth, The Merchant of Venice, and Romeo and Juliet. Many phrases and words that we use today were coined by him back then.
Have you ever wondered if the slang words we use today would become everyday words in future, and our descendants would speak of our linguistic brilliance? ;p
Have a savvy Sunday everyone!
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May 17th 2012
One more day to the weekend everyone!
In the meantime, try this T.G.I.F. (Truly, Ginger is free) quiz:
1. I cycle to school everyday.
2. I cycle to school every day.
Which of the above sentences are correct?
Not as straightforward as it seems right? Use Ginger Grammar & Spell Checker for the correct answer. For more interesting information on the grammatical usage of these 2 words, check out Ginger Spelling Book. It has a comprehensive list of commonly Misspelled Words, as well as Confusing Words.
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May 16th 2012
Today’s word-of-the-day: EXAGGERATE.
Exaggerate: (verb) to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth.
While we try our best to present the truth in its pure form, sometimes we just can’t help but to ‘spice it up’ a little bit.
Share with us some of the most unbelievable exaggerations you’ve ever heard or said!
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