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Each Firework Type Has A Name … Do You Know Them?
Independence Day fireworks generally get the “ooohs” and ahhhs,” but did you know that each type has an actual name?
Their, There, and They’re: Do You Know The Difference?
Why do their, there, and they’re sound the same? The trio of their, there, and they’re can flummox writers of all levels. It’s confusing; they are homophones, meaning they have the same pronunciation (sound) but differ in meaning and derivation (origin). Even though they sound the same, they aren’t spelled the same . . . cue the noticeable errors! Let’s explore the correct usages of the three. How do you …
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