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Krista Grace Morris

Krista heads up Marketing and Content Creation here at INK. From Linguistics and History to puns and memes, she's interested in the systems we create to share our ideas with each other.

Linking Verbs: Easy Examples and Tricks to Identify Them

Hi Merlin, thanks for your question. Technically, do/does/did are helping verbs. We made a downloadable .pdf with tons of examples of linking and helping verbs here: https://blog.inkforall.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Linking-Verbs-List.pdf You can find do/does/did examples on page 3 under the Helping Verbs section in blue. Let us know what you think! Don't be afraid to comment again for more examples. Thanks again for reading.

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Hi, thank YOU for taking the time to let us know. We're happy to help and glad our article was valuable to you. English is not easy, but that doesn't mean it can't be fun. Take care!

To vs. Too Here's the Easy way to Know Which one to use

Hi Matthew, this is definitely one of the most interesting questions we've ever received ๐Ÿ˜… Sounds like you enjoyed the article! In this case, it would be "too." Check out our quiz at the end of the article for more practice. Thanks again for reading. Be safe.

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Thanks, Chakib! Great suggestion. We have another article on prepositional phrases with a quiz at the end here: https://blog.inkforall.com/prepositional-phrase See what you think of this practice exercise and let us know your feedback. It will help us create better resources in the future. Looking forward to your thoughts! Thanks again for your comment.

โ€” Em Dash: How to use the Long Dash Like a pro

Hi, Paul! Thanks for your comment. Are you looking for video content on this topic? We're planning to add some quick videos to our articles soon. What do you think? Thanks again for stopping by and keep the suggestions coming!

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Hi Tito, thank you! Please do let us know what you think of our other articles on prepositions. Looking forward to your thoughts! Thanks again for stopping by.

Linking Verbs: Easy Examples and Tricks to Identify Them

Thank you! We will be adding a downloadable .PDF with a full list of linking and helping verbs plus many more examples. We will let you know once it is available. Stay tuned! Thank you again for your warm comment and for reading.

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Thank you so much, Paige! We also have a follow up article with a quiz here, would love to know what you think: https://blog.inkforall.com/prepositional-phrase Thank you again for stopping by and taking the time to leave your very kind comment. Stay safe!

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Thanks, Zakir! We're glad the article was helpful to you. Let us know what you think about our other resources on prepositions. And, don't forget to take some of the quizzes to test your skills. Thanks again!

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Hi Bibek, thank YOU for stopping by and checking out our article. Is there anything we missed that might make the article more helpful for you? Thanks again!

Affect vs. Effect: The Easiest way to get it Right, Every Time

Hi! The verbs "influence" and "affect" are synonyms. You can use them interchangeably. Similarly, the nouns an "effect" and an "influence" are synonyms. You tend to see them in this construction: to have an effect/have an influence on. Hope this helps! Thanks again for reading.

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

WOW, Michelle! What an honor. Thanks for letting us know. We're proud to be a part of your curriculum. Is there anything we can change or add to make this a better resource for students like yours? Thanks again!

What Are Some Tone Words?

Samuel, thank you for the words of encouragement and for your insightful comment. You're absolutely right. Great eye! We've made this correction and appreciate you bringing it to our attention. Thanks again for stopping by!

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Wow, Muhammad! What a compliment! Thanks again. Don't forget to explore other articles on the topic like this one https://blog.inkforall.com/prepositional-phrase and let us know what you think.

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Thank you, Jillian! You made my day :D You might also like this article and the quiz at the end: https://blog.inkforall.com/prepositional-phrase Thanks again for taking the time to leave such kind words.

5 Types of Prepositions: An Easy Guide

Sheila, so glad to hear it! Thanks for taking the time to let us know. This means the world to us. If there's anything we could add to the article to make it better or a topic you'd like more information on, don't hesitate to post your ideas here. Also, have you taken a look at this article? We recently added a quiz that might give you some extra practice. I would love to know what you think: https://blog.inkforall.com/prepositional-phrase

Quick and Easy Apostrophe Rules Guide

Mary, thank you for taking our quiz and for your spot-on feedback! You are right in that s' is an acceptable form (and way cleaner). We wrote the quiz this way because most academic style guides recommend the s's format. BUT: we love how clear your answer is and like it so much more! We updated the quiz to reflect your point: both are correct. We created these quizzes for you, so please keep taking them and giving us your feedback. We want to improve in any way we can and make our content the best it can be. We'd love your opinion on this one, what do you think? https://blog.inkforall.com/adjectives

โ›๏ธ Is Ax or Axe Correct? How to Quickly Tell the Difference

What a difference one letter makes, right?! At the end of the day, it all comes down to personal style. Language is fluid. Just because a word is traditionally used in one way doesn't mean that's set in stone. I think the overall point of language is to express yourself. So if you're an "axe" kind of guy, go for it! :D Thanks again for stopping by.

How to Write the Perfect Meta Title

Hi, Thomas! Thanks for your comment. INK is desktop app that you can write in like any text editor. INK will help you optimize your content as you write. Then, once you're ready to publish to your WordPress site, you can use the INK companion plug-in to upload your .INK file directly. There shouldn't be any conflict with your current set-up. You can get both the INK Editor and WordPress upload plug-in here: https://seo.app/0I6mpPHDK If you have any issues, please let us know! Thanks again

5 SEO Myths You Need to Know About

Thank you sincerely for the kind words! Will definitely check out your site and podcast! What do you think of INK? Really interested to hear your feedback.

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