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  • How could I use "notoriety" in a sentence? Could you give me examples
    Hey! I see a couple of people have already replied. You're welcome to ask more questions whenever you want, but I just wanted to suggest two websites: Skell and Ludwig. If you ever need to see a word in real-life context, those two websites are the way to go. They're life changers and I hope you enjoy them too. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • So this is why Ludwig was an English and communications major ...
    So ... I was just browsing the world wide web and I somehow stumbled upon this website ... .... And things started clicking and it all made sense ... - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • Where to find examples of phrases or sentence structures?
    In english, I use where I just type in any phrase and it searches a bunch of news databases for matching sentences. I was wondering in chinese is there anything that is similar. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • Is there a sub for foreign writers to help them find words or sentences for what they're trying to describe?
    Https:// - use this to find out whether there's other people writing the way you are. If there are no available examples or they, well, kindly demand you pay a monthly premium subscription, you might want to switch things out and find yourself a sentence that gets a hit or two because chances are you're getting too obscure. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • How a Philosopher Got a Yale Likely Letter - My College Admissions Journey Last Hurrah
    WordHippo is the best thesaurus out there, but I can’t stress this enough: don’t use words if you don’t know full well what they mean and in what situations they are commonly used. It is better to use simple language than to use confusing, out-of-place vocabulary to try to sound smart, which admissions officers can see through like a window pane. Ludwig is the best resource to tell if you are using an idiom, word,... - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • How many words should I memorize for the test?
    I like for finding examples of sentences with certain words in them. You may want to give it a shot. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • Prepositions
    I use them too, but only on my second round of edits (my editor being the first). What I'm looking for is more a website in the style of or, but focused on prepositions, that would for example list all the prepositions you can use with the verb "look", and their meanings. - Source: Reddit / 12 months ago
  • What writing apps do you use to improve your writing every day?
    I am specifically looking for mac book apps that are just great for writing. One app I just found out is It generates synonyms, shows how often a word is used, help you see how the word is used in other context and many more. However the macbook app sucks and does like half what the web app does. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Free alternative: lengusa
    I think lengusa is a great alternative to I mean, that sub is actually about web technologies and in terms of what's been discussed there, it seems to be a strong option. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Does anyone know of any free English collocation dictionaries and/or database(s)? is intuitive and versatile, but you need to pay to really use it. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago

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