Tag Archives: video-SERP

  1. What Does It Mean To Be Clairvoyant?

    In the 19th century, the term clairvoyant was widely used in a medical context. So when did it change?
  2. What Is The Difference Between “Weather” vs. “Climate”?

    Although there is a wealth of scientific evidence, the difference between weather and climate can be difficult to understand. But all hope is not lost—we're here to help you learn the difference.
  3. Is “Silly” A Positive Or Negative Word?

    Silly means "weak-minded or lacking good sense; stupid or foolish: a silly writer," or "absurd; ridiculous; irrational: a silly idea," or "stunned; dazed." But, did it always mean these things? Why does everyone think it's such an endearing word?
  4. How To Know If A Term Is One Word Or Two Words

    English loves to take existing words and smash them together so they act as one unit. This is called compounding. But how do you know if a word is one word or two?
  5. Can You Guess These Words From Their Definitions?

    In this game, one person is going to share the definition of a word they chose. Then, another person has to guess what word it is. You should guess along at home! Don’t worry: we’ll have clues!
  6. How Would You Describe Millennials In One Word?

    Millennials were born between the early 1980s and the mid-1990s to early 2000s. We asked 4 people from that generation to describe millennials in one word.
  7. What Does “R.I.P.” Stand For?

    R.I.P. is a rather serious concept that’s been turned into an almost comical abbreviation on, you guessed it, the internet! Yet, R.I.P.’s roots have a bit more gravity to them.
  8. What’s A Unique Homework Routine That Works?

    Even with the best homework routine, homework is getting harder and harder and weirder and weirder. So we asked some tutors and parents what has worked for them before.
  9. What Are Examples Of Hyperbole?

    Hyperbole is a super-exaggerated way of describing something for the sake of emphasis that often borders on the fantastical or ridiculous. But what are some examples of hyperbole?
  10. What Are 5 Words To Describe Generation X?

    Generation X is made up of people who were born in the early 1960s to the late 1970s. So, we asked them what words they think describe their generation.