Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

33 Misunderstood Words and Phases

I found this nice little gem on the internet on the website listed on the infograph. There are many more misunderstood words and phrases out there, but this is a good start. 

*Outside the U.S. towards is acceptable*

Friday, December 4, 2015

Just a quick note . . .

Just a quick note to let you know that LGE will not be accepting any new projects until April of 2016. 

Thank you and Happy Holidays! 

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Word Crimes

I found this on the, and it was too good not to share! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

I have a lot of problems with alot

Many years ago, at the tender age of 14, I had an English teacher who made it his mission in life for his students to learn that a lot was actually two words not one. I can't say what led to his over exuberance of this particular subject, but I can say that it did make an impact on me. However, I realize that people still have trouble with these two little words. I see it misused all the time on twitter, facebook, emails, etc. So if this is a problem for you, don't lose heart. You're not alone.

Let's start off with the definition of lot, according to Merriam-Webster:


noun \ˈlät\

a considerable quantity or extent 

Ex: I have a lot of homework.

The a in front of lot is an article that works as an adjective.  It in no way is part of the word. Just think, you wouldn't say alittle or abunch. You would automatically know that wasn't right. But just as little and bunch are words that measure the quantity of something, so does lot.

If you still have trouble remember, Hyperbole and a Half has a great illustration that is hilarious and informative.