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783 - How Hurricanes Get Their Names. When You Should Avoid Using Contractions.

783 - How Hurricanes Get Their Names. When You Should Avoid Using Contractions.

Update: 2020-08-061
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Isaias. Mitch. Andrew. Jimena. How hurricanes get their names, and why you'll see some names twice and others never again. Also, have you ever heard that you shouldn't use contractions in your writing? We have the real story.


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Kunal Kumar Patel

very informative...

Aug 8th
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783 - How Hurricanes Get Their Names. When You Should Avoid Using Contractions.

783 - How Hurricanes Get Their Names. When You Should Avoid Using Contractions.