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I am aiming to blog twice a week about the English Language, Linguistics, Grammar, etc. 


So, please come back soon if you are interested in finding out more.

Helpful information and Print-outs

There are many words to describe the different forms of lexicons (the vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge such as doctors, who may use medical jargon to speak with colleagues).


n the table below, you will find a selection of those words and their meanings.


Everyone needs a refresher of punctuation for those symbols such as ellipses, dashes, and colons that are rarely used in everyday writing. Please print-out this handy punctuation sheet for yourself and others to help maintain a professional image.

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