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Capital/Capitol

Capital vs. Capitol: Understanding the Capitol Building

The Capitol Building stands as a symbol of American democracy and serves as the legislative center of the United States government. Key Takeaways: Defining Capital and Capitol To begin, “Capital” can refer to various concepts, including financial assets, a city serving as the seat of government, or an uppercase letter. It is a versatile word […]

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Moral/Morale

Moral vs. Morale: Keeping Ethics and Spirit High

Understanding the difference between moral and morale is crucial for uplifting our ethics and spirits. In present-day English, “moral” is an adjective that describes behaviorally right and wrong, while “morale” is a noun that refers to the mental or emotional state of a person or group. However, in the past, “morale” used to signify the

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Active Voice vs Passive Voice: A Guide to Clear and Engaging Writing

The Power of Active Voice Active voice vs passive voice: which is which? What’s the difference and why does it matter? In active voice, the subject of the sentence performs the action. For example, “John hit the ball.” In passive voice, the subject is receiving the action instead of doing it. For example, “the ball

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Accept or Except: What’s the difference and when to use which

Is it “accept” or “except”? “Accept” and “except,” two seemingly similar words, possess distinct meanings that can often perplex even the most astute linguists. These humble terms hold tremendous power, granting us the ability to navigate through a world of choices and opinions. Understanding the nuances between “accept” and “except” is crucial to effective communication,

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