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List of 30+ Emphasize Synonyms—Write Better with ProWritingAid

List of 30+ Emphasize Synonyms—Write Better with ProWritingAid

Looking for a synonym for the word “emphasize”? Some examples include highlight, stress, and accent. Learn how to use emphasize in a sentence and see a full list of emphasize synonyms in this article.

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Supper vs Dinner: How to Use Each Correctly

Supper vs Dinner: How to Use Each Correctly

Is there a difference between the words supper and dinner? In this article we break down the two terms and when it's appropriate to use supper vs dinner.

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Whom or Who: Which Is the Right One to Use and When?

Whom or Who: Which Is the Right One to Use and When?

What's the difference between "who" and "whom"? In this article we explain when to use each term.

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What Is the 'Singular They' and Why Should I Use It?

What Is the 'Singular They' and Why Should I Use It?

Until relatively recently, English grammarians asserted you use *he* as the gender-neutral pronoun with any antecedent. But things are changing? We explore how to use the singular "they" in this article.

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The Ultimate List of Positive Adjectives

The Ultimate List of Positive Adjectives

Looking for a new positive adjective to use in your descriptive writing? This list contains hundreds of positive adjectives you can use.

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En Dash: The Complete Guide

En Dash: The Complete Guide

An en dash is a punctuation mark used to indicate a range of numbers or span of time. In this article, we break down how to use an en dash in your writing.

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Affect vs. Effect: What's the Difference?

Affect vs. Effect: What's the Difference?

It's easy to confuse affect and effect. Affect is usually a verb, meaning to impact or change. Effect is usually a noun, meaning the result of a change. Learn more in this article.

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i.e. vs. e.g.: Which to use and when you should use them

i.e. vs. e.g.: Which to use and when you should use them

I.e. vs. e.g.—what's the difference? E.g. stands for exempli gratia and means “for example.” I.e. is the abbreviation for id est and means “in other words.” Learn how to use each term correctly.

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Em Dash vs En Dash: Complete Guide

Em Dash vs En Dash: Complete Guide

An em dash is a versatile punctuation mark used to take the place of parentheses, colons, or comma. An en dash is typically used to show a range. In this article, we explain the difference between em dashes and en dashes so that you can write with confidence.

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The Ultimate List of Negative Adjectives

The Ultimate List of Negative Adjectives

Negative adjectives are useful for describing unpleasant people and things. In this article, you'll find hundreds of negative adjectives you can use.

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Em Dash: When and How to Use It Correctly

Em Dash: When and How to Use It Correctly

Use an em dash to set off parenthetical information. In this article, we explain what an em dash is and how to use it.

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Dashes vs Hyphens: Everything You Need to Know

Dashes vs Hyphens: Everything You Need to Know

Hyphens and dashes look similar but have different meanings and uses. While hyphens join together words or parts of words, dashes indicate a pause or range. Discover everything you need to know about hyphens and dashes in this article.

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How to Use Rhetorical Devices Like Taylor Swift

How to Use Rhetorical Devices Like Taylor Swift

Ever wondered what makes Taylor Swift's songs so popular? Sure, the music is incredible—but it's the rhetorical devices she uses that make her lyrics shine.

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How to Correctly Use To, Too, and Two

How to Correctly Use To, Too, and Two

Getting tripped up on the differences between “to” and “too” happens often. When do you use a single “o” and when do you use two? While this is one of the most common grammar mistakes, the rule is easy to master.

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When to Use "Which" and "That"

When to Use "Which" and "That"

Do you use "which" and "that" as interchangeable words in sentences because they mean the same? That couldn't be further from the truth. We're here to help you determine when to use each word.

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