Grammar Tips: Beware of Nominalizations

Purdue Online Writing Lab defines Nominalizations as nouns that are created from adjectives (words that describe nouns) or verbs (action words). For example,  interfere-interference and decide-decision. But is it really bad to use Nominalizations in daily conversation? Watch this video by Helen Sword of Ted-Ed to fin out more.    

Word of the Day: Overweening

 Do you want to know what “overweening” means? 이 단어의 뜻을 알고 싶어요?  Check this out to find out what “overweening” means 이 글을 보세요  

Vocabulary Tip: 9 Fanciful Words for Your Favorite Things

We all have a bunch of favorite things that always light things up for us. Check this out to learn 9 more words on how to say the things you adore the most! (모든 사람은 그들을 항상 행복하게 해주는 좋아하는 것들을 가지고 있다.이것을 확인 해보세요 . 그러면 너가 가장 좋아하는 것에 대한 9개 단어들을 배울…

Word of the Day: Vim

Can you guess the meaning of “vim”? Check this out to know if your guess is correct. “vim” 라는 단어의 뜻을 맞춰보시겠어요? 생각하신 답이 맞는지 확인해 봐요.