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e.g. and i.e.

There are a few Latin terms that often create confusion for English speakers. “E.g.” and “i.e.” are two of them. This blog post will explain the difference between these two terms so that you can use them correctly in your writing.

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Fernweh

What makes the German term “Fernweh” so distinctive? Well, it’s a word without an equivalent in English, that’s what. However, beyond that, it also has a considerably deeper connotation than one might assume at first.

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Thank You

When traveling to a new country or meeting other people who speak a different language, learning a few phrases in their local language is essential. For example, saying “thank you” is one of the most important things you should know, and there are many ways to say it depending on the language, the country’s respective culture, and the situation. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how to say “thank you” in different languages.

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