Now that you know where expletives come from and how to use them, it is time to learn how to incorporate them into your own writing.
Resources: English as a Second Language
Have you ever been called a potty mouth? Learn how to swear correctly by understanding the grammar behind your favorite four-letter words.
Think kids these days swear more than their predecessors? Think again! This history of swearing will show you how censorship has evolved over time.
Ever wonder where your favorite four-letter swear words came from? This post explains it all, so beware, as it contains explicit language.
Do you like any vegetable except capers? Should you accept that ugly sweater from your aunt? Learn when to use accept vs. except in this fun article.
The holidays are here, and for those who are new to English, the unique and archaic words that get tossed around can be confusing. Find out what they all mean with this helpful list!
Improve your English-language skills with the help of some of your favorite social media websites.
Are you confused about when to use affect vs. effect? Learn the difference between the two words with these helpful examples and tips.
There are many commonly confused words in the English language that look and sound similar. Keep them straight with this extensive dictionary.
Knowing when to use who vs. whom is a challenge even for the most experienced English speaker. Remember this simple rule to get it right every time!