Oh, the misuse of that and which. To be honest, when writing a first draft of anything (including […]
How did the word spam evolve from the forever lasting shelf meat to junk mail in your virtual […]
We all go to the grocery at some point in the week to gather things we need for […]
Have you heard from your mom, or even grandparents, say that “the proof is in the pudding” when all you wanted was a yes or no answer. How can pudding have proof in it and what is the relation between proof and pudding?
Why is it called a Bachelors degree?
Is it who or whom? When to use the right pronoun.
Where did O.K. come from? And, why does it mean, well, okay (or is okeh?).