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Mag Jehnsen

Mag Jehnsen

Mag is 29 years old and she’s a writer at an educational project. She fills the source with content and composes posts for social media. Mag has also written hundreds of articles in various topics and spheres: tourism, lifestyle, finances etc.

She lives in Providence with her adorable family. Mag likes to work with children and teaches English her little friends. Kids adore her lessons because they play games and read different fairy tales. Children come during their summer holidays and love spending time with their teacher.

Mag adores books and has already created a real library at home. She also writes poems and works on her book of short stories. Mag loves sport and visits gym three times a week.

She adores her dog Mona, who helped her to cope with life challenges.

Mag travels a lot and she says that she’d rather prefer mountains than sea.


What is an Allegory? Revealing All Three Meanings of This Word

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Because there are three different definitions of the allegory, many students fail to get it right. While writing essays for your English composition and literature classes, you should keep in mind only the third definition of this word. With its…

Threw vs. Through: It is Time to End the Confusion!

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Do you know what a homophone is? If you have ever participated in the threw vs. through debate, you should understand what this device stands for. Those are the words with the different definitions that are, however, pronounced the same…

Regards as the Important Part of Complimentary Closes

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“Best regards” or “sincerely yours” – here is the question! For some people, finishing a business letter is a real challenge. Students who apply for the college programs have similar issues. After all, they should sound polite enough as demonstrating…

Grammar Nazi: Ending the Dice vs. Die Debate

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“Roll the dice,” is, perhaps, one of the most known idioms in the English language. We can often hear it in songs or movies. In the context of this phrase, we understand what it means. However, some people find it…

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