Have you ever been watching “Jeopardy” and they include the category “Homophones”? You secretly think to yourself, “What are homophones again?” You don’t want to seem uneducated to your friends or family, but your memory of communications class becomes a bit hazy.
That exact thought crosses my mind every time the category is featured. You’d think I’d learn, but I don’t. The questions come up, and I think, “Oh yeah, I knew that all the time!”
So today, we feature a themed post focusing on Etymology (please go ahead, look it up!) as a mini primer on grammar and its proper usage.
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