As Elizabeth from The Office once wisely observed, “Secret secrets are no fun. Secret secrets hurt someone.” Thank you, Elizabeth. But who hasn’t, at least once, ridding themselves of… Continue reading "Intersections: The Language of Disguise, Part 1"
In the 1930 Marx Brothers film Animal Crackers, Groucho Marx tells a joke about an elephant: “One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in… Continue reading "An Elephant in My Pajamas: The Misplaced Modifier"
In an earlier post, we introduced the topic of frequently confused words, which you will encounter on both the SAT and the ACT. As mentioned previously, ACT English exclusively… Continue reading "Frequently Confused Words on the SAT and ACT: Part 2"