after a while
see in a while.
What’s The Difference Between “A While” And “Awhile”What are the difference between a while and awhile? Few word pairs capture the idiosyncrasies (“peculiar characteristics”) of the English language like a while and awhile do. Both of these terms are expressions of time, but one is written with a space while the other is one word. These two terms represent different parts of speech. The two-word expression a while is a noun phrase, consisting of the article a and …
Is Friday Named After A Goddess With A Chariot Pulled By Cats?In a world that knows too many details about unimportant matters, one would think that our collective expertise could be certain about something as essential as the days of the week. There is, however, a scholarly (and let's face it, Marvel fan) debate regarding which goddess of love in Norse mythology is the namesake of “Friday.”
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