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Ever gotten called out for the difference between you’re and your? We’ve all been there–and we don’t ever want to go back. These insightful and interesting grammar articles will turn you into a word whiz quicker than you can blame autocorrect for your grammar faux pas.

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These Are the 2023 Words of the Year, According to Dictionaries

What word defined the past year for you? Find out if your guess matches the actual word of the year from five prominent dictionaries.

10 Positive Phrases Americans Find Cringiest in 2023

Don't feel bad if you roll your eyes at these overly optimistic phrases. You are not alone!

New Study: This American Accent Is Disappearing

Things aren't looking so peachy for this classic American accent

IJBOL Is the Internet’s New Favorite Acronym—You’ll Want to Know What It Means

So long, LOL. There's a new slang term taking the internet by storm. Find out IJBOL's meaning—and how to use...

What Does Bussin Mean—and 9 Other Words in the Brand-New African American English Dictionary?

There’s a new dictionary in town, and it’s about to give you a better understanding of the words you...

“Peek” vs. “Peak” vs. “Pique”: Here’s How to Use Them the ...

Peek, peak and pique all sound the same, so here's how and when to use them correctly