Writing & Speaking Tips

“Play It by Ear” or “Play It by Year” – Which Is Correct?

Have you ever heard someone saying “Play It by Ear”, or “Play It by Year”, and wondered what that phrase means? We want to know which form is considered to be correct and what’s the meaning of it, so we can incorporate it into our vocabulary. Let’s do this! “Play It by Ear” or “Play …

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Pastie or Pasty – Which Spelling Is Correct? (Examples)

“Pastie” and “Pasty” are two very uncommon words. So uncommon, that most people don’t know what they mean and how to use them. We want to take some time to find out what “Pastie” and “Pasty” mean, if they’re synonyms and how we should use those words to communicate. Pastie or Pasty – Which Spelling …

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On, At, or In the Second Floor? (Correct Preposition)

Imagine you’re meeting someone in a building, and you receive information to go to the second floor. What’s the correct preposition to use in that scenario? Should we say “On the Second Floor”, “At the Second Floor”, or “In the Second Floor”? Let’s find out what’s the correct form! On, At, or In the Second …

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