Why Poetry Matters — David Xiang our team Jun 05, 2020
By: David Xiang
 
Curriculum Developer: David Xiang is a History and Science concentrator at Harvard with a secondary in Molecular and Cellular Biology. In 2015, David was selected as a National Student Poet, America’s highest honor for youth poets. He gave his inaugural poetry...
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5 Grammar Rules to Remember for High Schoolers our team May 18, 2020
By: Emerson Monks
 
English is one of the most commonly-spoken languages: of the 7.5 billion people in the world, 1.5 billion people speak it proficiently. It is also the most studied language in the world. Of those 1.5 billion people, only 360 million people are native speakers.
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"An man were walking to the store because she is hungry": Why Grammar Matters our team May 07, 2020
Written by Sam Benkelman. Sam is a Linguistics concentrator from Harvard with a secondary in Computer Science. He is particularly interested with the cross-linguistic structure of language, and he recently won the Fulbright Fellowship to teach English grammar abroad.
 
 
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