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This is an introduction to the Poligo Guide to Writing in English. It will teach you how to write well. We start by thinking about what good writing is.
Learn the difference between "few" and "a few". It is important, and changes the nuance of what you say.
New Zealand is choosing a new flag, and so far the results are a disaster.
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When we are talking about countable things, we can use ONE or ONES if it is clear what we are talking about.
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Some verbs can talk about a state or describe an action, but the meaning changes.
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Usually you can use A/AN or ONE if you are talking about one thing, but in some cases we prefer ONE.
A comparison of the English verbs "look at", "watch" and "see".
This simple article tells you when you should use "see", "look at" or "watch".


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