Jun 18th 2012

Manic Monday

While Ginger might not be able to ‘read’ that for you (only your ‘awesomeness’ can), it is more than able to understand your typed sentences and correct your mistakes based on the context of your writing. Amazing isn’t it?

More amazingly, it’s free!

Have a manic Monday, everyone!

The Ginger Team

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Jun 17th 2012

Jun 16th 2012

Incredible or Incredulous?

Ever wondered what’s the difference between these 2 words, incredible and incredulous? (and yes, there’s a difference!)

Well, incredible refers to a situation that is beyond belief or understanding, whereas incredulous refers to someone not being willing to belief.

Incredible reflects more on the unbelievable situation, while incredulous reflects more on the unbelieving person rather than the situation.

Check out our Spelling Book for more Confusing Words and be confused no more.

So, would you call this situation incredible or incredulous?

The picture was taken after the collapse of a shark tank at The Scientific Center in Kuwait. Share this because it’s probably the only time in your life you will see something as *incredible/incredulous as this.

*Delete accordingly. =p

Have a great weekend, everyone!

The Ginger Team


Jun 14th 2012

Jun 13th 2012

Word Wednesday

Well, we know it is Word Wednesday, but we’ll like to bend the rules a little for today and introduce a phrase instead!

Rolling in the deep: (figurative expression) a description of one who is experiencing the absolute “depths” of either: 1) Pure, passionate, unconditional and ethereal love. A love that takes you to new places of understanding about the human soul and the beauty of perfectly loving someone. 2) Pure, passionate, and ethereal pain caused by the betrayal, rejection or an unrequited love that takes you to new places of understanding about the potential and often very real pain and anguish of human soul caused by another person. 3) A song depicting such Joy and Pain by music icon, Adele.

While many of us are familiar with Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”, few might know the actual meaning of the phrase.

Check out Adele’s song here and remember to use Ginger Grammar & Spell Checker whenever you’re in doubt! =)

The Ginger Team

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