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Redundant Language

Just a short, little post today. It’s absolutely essential that if we want to develop the best ever language skills that we all join together for a brief moment to eliminate all repetitive redundancy that we hear on a daily … Continue reading

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Logical Reason

Whenever I hear someone give a logical reason, I wonder how many illogical reasons they’ve given. A reason is the basis or cause of a belief or action, and it’s assumed that that these beliefs or causes are based on … Continue reading

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Actual Fact

A fact is something that exists; it’s reality or the truth.  It’s a fact that the collapse of banks is an indication of a very poor economy. Actual is an adjective that is used to describe something as existing or … Continue reading

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Say No to Income Coming In

Don’t get me wrong–I’m not saying no to income, but I’m saying no to the redundant phrase income coming in. Income, of course, is money that you receive, which means money that comes to you. In other words, saying income … Continue reading

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NPR Redundancy

Some of the most common grammar errors are those of redundancy. In fact, there are so many such errors that I devoted an entire chapter (Play It Again, Sam) to them in Literally, the Best Language Book Ever. Examples in the … Continue reading

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Where Are You At?

Asking where are you at is a common grammar mistake, and the mistake and error is as obvious and evident as is the redundancy and repetition of the second part of this sentence and complete thought. More simply–and less redundant–the word where … Continue reading

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