LS REFRESHER 29: DO VS. MAKE

Do you sometimes get confused on when to use “make” and “do”? Check out today’s refresher  and find out how. Perfect English Grammar gave the following tips: A. Use ‘make’ when we create or construct something. B. Use ‘do’ for general activities. In this case, ‘do’ is often used with ‘something’, ‘nothing’, ‘anything’ or ‘everything’. Perfect English Grammar also […]

LS REFRESHER 28: PARALLEL STRUCTURE (PART 2)

Are you familiar with parallelism or parallel structure? Check this post and find out. According to Your Dictionary, “Parallel structure means using the same pattern of words to show that two or more words or ideas are of equal importance and to help the reader comprehend what is being written.”. Below are some examples given by Your Dictionary, […]

LS Refresher 27: Parallel Structure (Part 1)

Are you familiar with parallelism or parallel structure? Check this post and find out. According to YourDictionary, Parallel Structure or Parallelism means using the same pattern of words to show that two or more words or ideas are of equal importance. Ex: Incorrect: “I like to read, writing, and painting.” Correct: “I like reading, writing, […]

LS Refresher 26: Continually vs. Continuously

What is the difference between continually and continuously? Check out today’s LS Refresher video and find out. According to Dictionary.com, continuously means to persist or keep on going “uninterruptedly” or “unceasingly”. On the other hand, continually  means to persist or keep on going, but with breaks, interruptions and intervals.     For more info about […]