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Facilitate Does Not Mean To Lead

By Paul Yeager, author of Literally, the Best Language Book Ever We all have those certain little words or phrases that just drive us crazy (If you need proof, see  our Pet Peeves page), and the word facilitate has become … Continue reading

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We’re Listening…

That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. When you share your language pet peeves, we listen. In fact, we also highlight them in a blog post, just as we are today. Here are about 20 of your pet peeves: We was (which … Continue reading

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Keep ’em Coming

This is another installment of your pet peeves, which are pet peeves that you posted on our Pet Peeves page. Some of them might be redundancies, but I doubt they’re as redundant as the previous sentence. Keep ’em coming–we love … Continue reading

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More Language Pet Peeves

I always like to say that everyone has at least one pet peeve, and based on the number of comments that we’ve received on the Your Pet Peeves page, I’m obviously right! We’ve decided to occasionally highlight some of your … Continue reading

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We’re Not the Only Ones with Pet Peeves!

This is another installment of your pet peeves, taken straight from the comment section of the Your Pet Peeves page. We’re doing this because we ran out of topics–I mean because we want to highlight your pet peeves. Seriously, one … Continue reading

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