These days hitting the books doesn’t necessarily require “the books.” In this digital era, it’s key that every student has the right language-development site at their fingertips for those times in need—whether it be an essay due in a week or one that’s due, at say, 3 PM today.
We here at Dictionary.com have your synonyms and antonyms covered (we know you already bookmarked us, right?), but sometimes you need more explanation or a different perspective to help clarify why certain word choices or speaking styles are better than others. Luckily, the following sites provide the language 101s in a new, innovative way … they may not be what you are expecting to see.
By the end of this slideshow, you’ll not only be able to use irony in your essays, but also understand what it means … finally!