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Suzan St Maur
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Writing Words That Work | Best-Selling Author | Founder, How To Write Better
Writing Words That Work | Best-Selling Author | Founder, How To Write Better

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Would you “cock a snook” at a “cup of joe” and just “chill out?” And would you know where those terms originate? Find out the fascinating roots of our favorite business and other jargon here…

#businessjargon #englishlanguage #interestingfacts

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Don't forget to sample some of my potty-mouthed poems that take the p*ss out of life's daily niggles...

#humorousverse #funnypoems #Mischieverse

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My first ever collection of poetry is has arrived on Amazon, due for publication September 18th, but you can pre-order your copy or copies NOW! And surprise, surprise (you know what I’m like) … it’s potty-mouthed, entertaining and very funny...

#Mischieverse #rudehumor #funnypoems

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Suzan St Maur commented on a post on Blogger.
LOL MIke ... can't wait to hear it right here!

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Don't forget to check out these examples of how English is a language that truly can drive us up the wall...!

#englishlanguage   #englishfornonenglishspeakers   #humourabouttheenglishlanguage  

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The English language never fails to astound us with how utterly ridiculous it is … in many places. Here are a mere 21 examples of homonyms / homophones / homographs that confuse us on a daily basis and make life hell for most students from other cultures who try to learn it …

#englishlanguage   #funnyrealities   #englishhomophones  

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Don't forget to check out this collection of English business jargon starting with "B" ... you'll "B" surprised at where some of the terms originate! Enjoy...

#englishbusinessjargon   #businessenglish   #jargondemystified  

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“B” is for “Big Apple” and “Big cheese” … but do you know the real meaning of “bust my chops,” “boil the ocean,” or even the humble “by the way?”

#businessjargon   #englishlanguage   #englishasa2ndlanguage  

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A useful summary of the main issues to bear in mind for website SEO. Simply written, jargon-free!

#smallbusiness   #localbusiness   #seoforsmes  
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