Tag Archives: Write Out

“Your” vs. “You’re”

The misconception of the your/you’re construction is more common than you might think. This is because they are homophones in spoken English; we have no audible markers for differentiation. In written English, however, the distinction is clear—and more, it is very, very important. “Your” is possessive. I sat in your chair. I gave you your […]

Rhetoric

For those who come to us for essay help, a little knowledge about the rhetorical triangle might be helpful. The rhetorical triangle has three parts: ethos, pathos, and logos. Hopefully, your essay appeals primarily to logos (logic). Arguments based on ethos are related to the character of the speaker, while those based on pathos persuade […]

the word wanderer

Reading through the globe (and also traveling it).

Alanna Mitchell

Award-winning Canadian science journalist.

The Urban Vegan Kitchen

BRINGING VEGAN CUISINE INTO THE FAMILY HOME

John Nyman

poetry and criticism

Classroom as Microcosm

Siobhan Curious Says: Teachers are People Too

Erin Matson

Feminism, Writing, Activism

Literature and Libation

Through it all, your spirit's alive

The Thesis Whisperer

Just like the horse whisperer - but with more pages

Live to Write - Write to Live

We live to write and write to live ... professional writers talk about the craft and business of writing

The Belle Jar

"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." - Sylvia Plath

David Gaughran

Marketing With A Story

harm·less drudg·ery

defining the words that define us

The Buttry Diary

Steve Buttry, Dearly Departed Husband, Father and Grandfather. Former Director of Student Media, LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication

NewsFeed

Breaking news and updates from Time.com. News pictures, video, Twitter trends.

Book of words

Books, reviews and all things worth reading

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The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.