The Snark or Percontation Point or Irony Mark - used to indicate that there's another layer of meaning in a sentence. Usually a sarcastic or ironic one. So it is essentially a tool for smart people to use to make stupid people feel even stupider. Which makes it the best punctuation mark of all.

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The Snark or Percontation Point or Irony Mark - used to indicate that there's another layer of meaning in a sentence. Usually a sarcastic or ironic one. So it is essentially a tool for smart people to use to make stupid people feel even "stupider.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - opacus - Meteorology. (of a cloud) dense…

(of a cloud) dense enough to obscure the sun or moon. Origin: Opacus is a New Latin construction that stems from the Latin opācus meaning "shaded.

Describing characters: How to describe faces imaginatively

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Writing a book for the first time is fun yet challenging. Here are 9 common book writing challenges and how to beat them and finish writing a novel.

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Prefixes and Suffixes Anchor Chart I would use this anchor chart as a tool for a minilesson on how to use suffixes and prefixes properly in our journal and writings.

Antagonist examples: How to write great adversaries

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Teddy's house was burned down by Andrew Laeddis, with his wife Dolores in it, and that was a big part of his life because he loved Dolores a lot. Page 120-121

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Burning bridges prevents you from going back to places you never should have visited to begin with. So burn baby burn.

Today's Word of the Day is pangram.  For example: The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.  Share your creative examples with us! #WordOfTheDay #language #vocabulary

Pangram - a sentence, verse, etc., that includes all the letters of the alphabet.

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World, meet the exclamation comma -- the punctuation mark you didn’t know existed, but that you almost certainly need in your life. The exclamation c.

When introducing a subject, your colleague asks you “Have you ever heard of . . .so-and-so?” No matter how obscure the person, place, or thing your questioner is referring to, you feel like a dummy. Don’t do that to others! Save them the humiliation of having to confess their ignorance.  Amend that to “You may have heard of so-and-so,” then go QUICKLY into your point before they are forced to blush and mumble “no.” Or lie about the extent of their knowledge . . .”

I'll be keeping an eye open for more of them from you in the future!

#DidYouKnow  #Obscure #Punctuation Marks You Didn't Know Existed. Both marks take the form of a reversed question mark, "⸮". Irony punctuation is primarily used to indicate that a sentence should be understood at a second level... #synapseeducare #AcademyofScience

Marks You Didn't Know Existed. Both marks take the form of a reversed question mark, "⸮". Irony punctuation is primarily used to indicate that a sentence should be understood at a second level.

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