Serial Comma

A serial comma (or some call it Oxford comma) is a comma that precedes a coordinating conjunction such as and. Take a look at this example: I love chocolate, cheese, and coke. The serial comma comes after the word cheese. In writing, serial comma is a part of the...

Because or Since?

People often use because and since interchangeably, simply because they sound synonymous. But, are they really synonymous? Well, let’s find out! I haven’t heard from him since February. Since he has a sweet tooth, let’s buy him a chocolate cake for his birthday...
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