Antidote combines a grammar corrector with rich dictionaries and language guides, all with direct integration into your writing software. Do you type in English or French? Then Antidote is for you! It works with Windows, Mac and Linux, while the dictionaries and guides are also available for iPhone and iPad.

Mastering the keyboard has become an essential skill. Learn to type or improve your keyboarding with Typing Pal. Using a test, Typing Pal initially evaluates your strengths and weaknesses before suggesting personalized exercises for you. Practice texts, dictation, games and statistics, it’s all there!

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Fiction, non-fiction, children’s literature and reference works; we are distinctly contemporary, offering our publications in print and digitally. Our authors—be they newcomers or veterans—have the same goals: to transport you, to move you, to make you think and to enrich your mind!

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  • March 2019

    In recent years, technology has drastically changed the way in which we communicate. While it has brought us countless new words, as shown in our last instalment of Word Stories, it has also superseded some older methods of communication. Still, for the time being, the printed page survives, and the language of printing and typography is very much alive.

  • February 2019

    Although Latin is a dead language, it has a funny way of coming back to haunt us from beyond the grave. Complex declensions and deponent verbs aside, aspects of Latin grammar and vocabulary continue to affect the English language today. One such linguistic haunting is the question of whether the Latin-derived word data should be treated as a plural or a singular. So which is it, data is or data are?

  • January 2019

    While most people associate January 1 with the new year’s arrival, some also consider it to be the “birthday” of the Internet: TCP/IP, the protocol on which the Internet operates, was adopted on this day in 1983. Since then, this technology has changed our lives, and our language, in countless ways. The subjects of this month’s Word Stories were either unheard of or had very different meanings back in 1983. Read on to find out how these words have evolved alongside the Internet itself.

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