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There are many reasons why people generally find it tasking to get job offers or invitations for interviews. One of such reasons is the fact that they make unforgivable mistakes when writing their resumes. Resumes are extremely important documents that should be written with the utmost detail and attention to avoid mistakes. Here are 5...

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There are various advantages to reading novels – ranging from having something to give you a little entertainment when you are bored to opening you to a world of imagination and creativity while also building your diction. Here are 20 classic novels recommended for you: Ulysess by James Joyce The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins Little Women by...

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WhWHow well-read are you, really? It is no longer news that writers must be readers. This is because the depth of your writing is determined by the wealth of other writings you have consumed. What if you were to do a count of other works, articles, books and publications you have read, can you boldly...

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1. Know the Rules This doesn’t mean to simply remember what you learned — or what you think you learned — five or fifty years ago. Careful writers continuously educate and reeducate themselves about grammar, syntax, usage, and style. In preparing to write my posts over the last few years, I have engaged in extensive...

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Fluke is our chosen word of the day because everyone deserves some stroke of luck in their lives. That is exactly what this word means. Here is an exposition from Google Oxford Languages. Noun: Plural noun: flukes An unlikely chance occurrence, especially a surprising piece of luck “their victory was a bit of a fluke” Similar:...

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Do you have trouble writing? Did you choose a topic or idea to develop, but now you find yourself stuck? Try free writing! This exercise is used by writers to gather their thoughts and ideas before they begin a document, with the result being an endless, non-punctuated, and free-flowing paragraph that will be immensely helpful...

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Creative writing is defined as any writing that involves the use of skill and imagination to produce something new. It is also any form of writing that can be considered a work of art. It expresses thoughts, feelings and emotions, as opposed to simply conveying information as in journalistic writing.   Don DeLillo defines creative...

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English can be a very tricky language to learn; sometimes native speakers even have trouble distinguishing words and phrases from each other. Here are ten of what I personally think are some of the trickiest words in English, and descriptions to help you tell the differences.   Adverse/ Averse: Adverse means something that is particularly...

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One of the reasons we became interior designers in the first place was because we love collecting and then putting it all together. But when you’re designing your own house, the hardest thing is to finish it, as you’re always adding your next favourite thing, and finally there’s no space left.
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