If you are trying to improve your reading skills then these 6 useful apps and tools for better reading online can help. These tools are some of the best out there to help you dramatically speed up how fast you read and how well you comprehend the material.

You do not want to miss reading this haves and have-nots explained article. Find out how this famous idiom came to be and why it was and still is so widely used. The answers may surprise you.

For those wondering what the top 10 languages in the world are, this list containing them will reveal it. You will not only be surprised to see which one is number one, but also about those that made the list, and those that did not.

You won’t believe these 9 reasons why handwriting benefits our brains. See the difference in impact which writing with our hands has on us when compared to methods such as typing, texting and others. You won’t believe the benefits your mind and health.

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What do the two R’s in George R.R. Martin’s name stand for? Why did J.K. Rowling have to use initials instead of her real name? Find out all about the initial-crazy of famous authors!

Very helpful article detailing the redundancies to avoid when writing. Many examples showing why writers often make the mistake of using similar words in succession. Also, an entire list of redundant words to avoid using.

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Reference books have been there for students and pupils way before the internet – and they are still relevant now. Check out all kinds of reference books there are in case you need an “offline” and more reliable version of Wikipedia.

Don’t send out another message before reading these 11 tips for writing emails correctly. See why they are so important and how ignoring them may end up costing you some friendships or even your job.

Take a look at this guide which shows the correct way on using bi, by, buy and bye homophones. These similar spelled and sounding words can cause confusion for some people. Many useful tips and examples to help you tell them apart.