Love is blind
The “blindness” of love is not just a sentiment of English literature; modern research shows that the parts of the brain which control critical thinking are suppressed by feelings of love. Shakespeare used this saying several times, including in The Merchant Of Venice.
What are Irregular Plurals?
English grammar generally pluralizes a word by tacking -s or -es onto the end of it, but there are plenty of words that buck this; some noun plurals look extremely different from the singular.了解更多
Into vs In To
“Into” shows motion toward the inside of a place and answers the question “where?”
“The horse walked into the barn.”
“We drove into the city.”
Even if you do not know what adjective or adverb phrases are, you use them every day. Here is an explanation of what they are, how they work, and how to punctuate them and why these are important.了解更多
Think of punctuation in general as street signs. Commas and periods control speed; a comma slows the traffic down while a period is a stop sign. A colon slows traffic more than a semicolon. In Latin, “semi” means “half,” so “semi-fast” literally means half as fast. In a sentence, the colon slows the flow of the sentence more than a semicolon.了解更多