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  • When To Use Commas in English Writing: 10 Rules With Examples

    When To Use Commas in English Writing: 10 Rules With Examples

    Even if you’re a native English speaker, there’s a good chance you’ve been comma-confused at some point. But is it really necessary to use them in every sentence? And what are the rules for comma usage, anyway? In this blog post, we’ll clear up all your comma questions once and for all! So let’s get started!

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  • To Eat, or Not To Eat – 8 Food Trends Around the World

    To Eat, or Not To Eat – 8 Food Trends Around the World

    Food trends come and go, but some remain eternal. Here are eight popular food trends in different parts of the world – from chocolaty fruits in Mexico to sweet potato donuts in Peru! Whether you’re a foodie or just looking for an exciting travel destination, this list has something for everyone. Bon appétit!

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  • Explained: Small Talk

    Explained: Small Talk

    “Small talk.” We’ve all heard of it, and most of us try to avoid it. But what is it, really? And why do we do it? Contrary to popular belief, small talk isn’t just pointless chit-chat. It actually has a lot of value and purpose. Read on to find out more!

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  • What Is Earth Day & Why Is It So Important?

    What Is Earth Day & Why Is It So Important?

    In 1970, a group of people protested the negative environmental impact of the massive pollution caused by the industrial age. This led to the first Earth Day, an international day of awareness and activism to protect our planet. Today, we face new challenges as we enter the digital age, but Earth Day remains just as important as ever. Here are some of the most critical facts you should know about Earth Day and what you can do to celebrate it.

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  • I’m sorry.

    I’m sorry.

    In saying “Sorry” and to apologize, you admit that you did something wrong. However, the difference between these two phrases is very subtle but still impactful, depending on the situation. Ultimately, it depends on how heartfelt your remorse is.  I’m sorry. If you genuinely regret and feel remorse for what you did, you say sorry. […]

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  • iTranslate Collaborates with Lens Studio of Snap Inc.

    iTranslate Collaborates with Lens Studio of Snap Inc.

    Collaboration alert! iTranslate teamed up with Snap Inc.! What this means to the AR community and how AR developers and designers benefit from it – well, continue reading to find out more! 😉

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  • Typeright: Officially Released and Packed With Brand-New Feature

    Typeright: Officially Released and Packed With Brand-New Feature

    Not much time has passed since we announced the transition of Grammatica becoming Typeright, and today’s the day: Typeright is out now for you to download on the App and Play Store!

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  • Grammatica Becomes Typeright

    Grammatica Becomes Typeright

    iTranslate is ready for a new chapter. What exactly this means for Grammatica and how it may change – continue reading to find out more!

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  • API 101: Architecture – Part 1

    API 101: Architecture – Part 1

    Protocols, types, classes – the world of API architecture can be quite overwhelming for beginners. But fear no more! We’re here to give a clear overview of what you ought to know 🙂

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  • 10 Things You Might Not Know About: Vietnam

    10 Things You Might Not Know About: Vietnam

    Vietnam, or as some call it, “The Land Of The Rising Dragon,” is an elongated coastal state in Southeast Asia and borders Cambodia, Laos, and China to the south. The country fascinates its visitors with dreamlike bays and coastal regions, lush green highlands and rice fields, as well as lively metropolises. But there’s much more to learn about this dynamic country!

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