Tips on Business Writing In Presentations

Today is going to be a “special edition” of (un)Enlightened English. That’s right, I’ve hijacked my wife’s blog and am going to do a post on a topic that is near and dear to my heart: Business Writing. For those of you who are wondering why or how Kelly allowed this–well, there are two  reasons: […]

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Cannot vs. Can not

“Zomg there’s a difference?!” Yes my friends, there is indeed a difference between cannot and can not. Before I jump into the post, I apologize for the lack of posts as of late–grad school is taking a bit out of me. So, per request, here is cannot and can not!

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Annotation, or “How Do I Read a Book and Write a Paper in Three Days?!”

Welcome to my newest blog feature! If you’re a regular reader of my site, you probably know that I’m now back in school for my Master’s degree. Well, after some thinking (more like my husband’s thinking!), I’ve decided to make “Master’s Musings.” This category of posts will explore things that I’m going through as a […]

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100 visitors!

I just wanted to briefly thank everyone who helped me hit a milestone yesterday–100 separate visitors in one day. It’s an exhilarating feeling to see my hard work pay off and have my visitor count steadily increase. Don’t forget to follow UnEnglish on your Twitter to see the latest (un)Enlightened English updates and if you’re […]

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Award vs. Reward

So I was talking to someone online today and mentioned something about a reward. I hesitated, hit backspace, and typed award. Back and forth it went. I realized we often use these words interchangeably, but they’re not quite interchangeable. So without further ado, here’s award vs. reward!

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All right vs. Alright

My darling husband has been nagging me to do a post on the word alright. I’ve been avoiding it because I thought it was a stupid post and that everyone knew how to use  all right or alright. Little did I know that even I had no clue how to use it! After some research […]

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