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June 13, 2016
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What Are Some Powerful Words?

English journalist and short story novelist, Rudyard Kipling once wrote: “Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind” We are capable of both killing and healing with words we speak to oneself and others. Taking into consideration the number of words average person know, there are numerous ways of how […]
May 31, 2016
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How to Help With Spelling For Adults?

After discovering how many words the average person know, we are eager to find out what words contribute to spelling mistakes the most. Misspelling by definition is the act of spelling incorrectly and with various challenging words out there, not all of us can be proud of perfect spelling (if you can, you […]
January 16, 2016
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Learn New Words With Visual Word Graph

It is said that there are three main types of learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. Visual learners learn best by watching, auditory learners learn best by listening, while kinesthetic learners learn best by getting “hands-on” experiences. Are you a visual learner? Do you need to see/visualize to remember something? Twinword Graph will […]
October 22, 2015
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Oktoberfest 2015

At the mention of Oktoberfest, the first word that comes to mind is no doubt – Beer! Ever wonder what are some of the words people associate with “Beer“? Check out our word graph below to find out! For more visual word graph, visit www.twinword.com/graph
June 19, 2015
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Positive thoughts

We all know how important it is to start our day with some positive thoughts. Here’s a word of the day for you to kick-start your AMAZING Friday 🙂     Positive vibe has a snowball effect! So here’s an idea. How about sending some of these associated words to your colleagues […]
May 27, 2015
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Crisp – Food or Sound?

If you take a closer look at the spider-shaped word graph below, you will probably notice that a dividing line runs across the middle portion, separating crisp as a sound and a kind of food. And let me explain why that is so. Crisp, according to Oxford Dictionary, is a wafer-thin slice of […]