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Simple ways to make your Facebook posts amazing

Do you ever write social media posts and think to yourself “I wish I knew the difference between these two”? You’re not alone. This post will cover three of those scenarios and will make the distinction clear.

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Commonly Confused Words

Give me a break! Six common words you’re getting wrong

I dunno about you but after our last apostrophes blog post, I think taking it down a notch may not be the worst idea! This post will discuss six commonly confused words including Breath and Breathe, and Desert and Dessert.

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Social Media Grammar Tips

Apostrophes and their misuse 101

This blog post will look at apostrophes and where they’re used and where they are not used! This will be one of my most crucial posts, so make yourself a coffee (or tea), and keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times!

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Commonly Confused Words Grammar Faux Pas

How using the wrong word can affect your writing

While today’s lesson will cover only four words and their variations, these are crucial, everyday words that are commonly used in the wrong context. Let’s make it easier!

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Grammar Faux Pas

Don’t be fooled by these words that are not words

This issue will focus on five words. Two of them are not words, but are commonly misspelt words. The other three might be words, but often used incorrectly.

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Commonly Confused Words

I just can’t bear it: words that sound the same but have different meanings

Time for issue three! In this edition, we’re going to look at five commonly confused words and look at making them easier to distinguish. Yes, these words may sound the same, but don’t be fooled by mixing them up!

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Commonly Confused Words Social Media Grammar Tips

Some advice on finding the right word

Welcome to blog post number two! In this edition, we’re going to explore some important, commonly confused words that are forever tripping us up on social media.

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Social Media Grammar Tips

The difference between knowing your important stuff and knowing you’re important stuff

Welcome to my first blog post! In this edition we’re going to look at four crucial elements to improve your social media posts.

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