Vocabulary

January 14, 2021 Product

How Linguix Helps You Make Your Writing More Impactful and Consistent

You may have noticed that your written English doesn’t always achieve what you want it to. Perhaps you are not getting the engagement you expected with your blog or social media posts. Perhaps your emails are being misunderstood or, worse, totally ignored. Maybe you just feel that you are not expressing yourself quite as well […]

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December 2, 2020 Product

New Linguix Keyboards For iOS and Android

If you are not familiar with Linguix, then here is what you need to know. What is Linguix? Linguix is an AI-powered writing assistant. To start, you can download the free Linguix extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge and see how Linguix can help you identify your writing mistakes – be that […]

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November 9, 2020 Product

Linguix Tips: How to Use Linguix For Business

In some aspects of your day-to-day business functions, you require your staff to write. This writing could take many forms: sales emails, marketing content, press releases, blog articles, website copy and so much more besides. Now, think about some of the potential problems that may arise as a result of staff members generating these various […]

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October 29, 2020 Grammar

5 Practical Tips to Help You Produce Better-quality Persuasive Writing

Would you like your writing to be more persuasive? Are you trying to sell your brand? Or perhaps you are putting forward an argumentative essay paper for college? Perhaps it’s your resume that you need to be more convincing? There are any number of reasons why you may need your writing to be more appealing. […]

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July 1, 2020 Grammar

What Really Is the Difference Between British and American English?

To start, let’s clear up a couple of misconceptions about English. First of all, although there are considered to be different dialects of English, in reality the English language only really differs in accent and vocabulary. And often, the vocabulary differences between dialects are usually colloquial in nature. What does that all mean? It means […]

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June 19, 2020 Inspiration

Other More Creative Ways to Say ‘You’re Welcome!’ in English

Language offers up almost limitless possibilities in terms of what can be said, and that is especially true with English and it’s bulging bank of vocabulary. It is always a little disappointing then when the same stock phrases are repeated, adding a certain predicable monotony to events. Life is just too short for that. One […]

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June 17, 2020 Grammar

How to Make Comparisons in English

In any language it is an essential ability to be able to make comparisons. As humans, we do it all the time, contrasting two things to ascertain which is better, more suitable, or more desirable. Fortunately, in English, making comparisons is something that, grammatically speaking, is not only easy to do, but rarely departs from […]

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May 27, 2020 Vocabulary

‘Good’ vs ‘well’, And When to Use These Words

One of the challenges of language is getting an understanding of what is correct. But then, what is correct is not always what people actually say. A classic example in English is when differentiating between the words ‘good’ and ‘well’. The fact is, the vast majority of native English speakers have evolved their communication in […]

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April 29, 2020 Vocabulary

Words to Avoid When Writing About Food

Writing about food is one of those activities that may seem easy, but is actually a little more difficult than it can at first appear. Of course, all of the usual writing considerations must be taken into account, such as good grammar, the right tone, and correct punctuation. However, the vocabulary can be a challenge. […]

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April 9, 2020 Vocabulary

Going to

1) ‘I’m going to visit New York next year’ 2) ‘I think the Bears are going to win the game.’ 3) ‘I was going to go, but in the end I was too tired.’ Going to is a future tense in English used to signify an intention (sentence (1) above), or a prediction (sentence (2) […]

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