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My soft spot

I have a soft spot for you. Whatever you say matters and you always make me happy. No matter how far we may be and how angry I am with you with one word you make me melt. 66 more words

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What is Meta

Meta is a term you’ve probably come across in jargon such as “metadata”. You’ll hear it quite often in relation to media and fandom. Meta refers to the self-referential nature of something. 516 more words

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Angry

What preposition do we use for the adjective angry?

The adjective angry often uses with and sometimes uses at when referring to the person or entity that is the recipient of the anger. 103 more words

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Scopophobia

Yup, there’s a word for it! You know that fear of being looked at? That fear is called scopophobia.

Happy Word Wednesday!

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[sic]

The word sic comes from the Latin “so, thus.”

We use [sic] after a copied or quoted word that appears odd or erroneous to show that the word is quoted exactly as it stands in the original. 96 more words

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Merchandise

Merchandise is a noncount noun. Therefore it is singular.

Examples:

  • S. Open merchandise is a hit.
  • Pier 1 Imports’ merchandise is sourced from hundreds of vendors throughout the world.
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