Thursday, 01 September 2011 05:47

Improve Your Spelling: Non-words

One of the things that makes English so well-suited to puzzles and word games is its incredibly wide range of letter patterns seen in words, multiple meanings, and seemingly endless variety. English has thousands upon thousands of words, many of which have been "borrowed" from hundreds and hundreds of different languages. However, you may be surprised to find that there are certain letter patterns that do not appear in English; in fact, there are thousands of these letter patterns. Learn these letter patterns to improve your spelling and even improve your Scrabble scores!

Published in Spelling Tutorials
Monday, 23 May 2011 08:31

Games, Puzzles, and Comps

Enter competitions, play words games, and do puzzles.

Published in Competitions and Games
Tuesday, 17 May 2011 01:16

The Benefits of Puzzles

It may seem to you that spending time doing puzzles is rather frivolous and a waste of time. But you'd be quite wrong (sorry about that). Solving puzzles and playing word games — whether crosswords, word searches, cryptograms, Scrabble, or anagrams — provides many benefits, some of which may be surprising to you. Read on!

The Dictionary Game is about as much fun as you can have with a group of people, a dictionary or two, and some paper and pens. Trust us, this is a truly hilarious game, and is also a great way to expand and improve your vocabulary!

Improving your vocabulary can be fun. Among the many ways of improving your vocabulary, you can play word games and solve puzzles. Here is one vocabulary game called Match Up. Enjoy!

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