Get ready for the first ever Clean Popo Grammar Lesson!
Throughout the course of business we have found that many of our customers get a little confused about the difference between biweekly cleaning service schedules and semiweekly cleaning service schedules. Admittedly, we here at Clean Popo think it can be a little confusing too.
Just try to remember that the prefix bi- means two and semi- means half. Whereas biweekly means every two weeks, semiweekly means twice per week, or once every half week. Luckily, this can be pretty easy to recall if you can just remember that a bicycle has two wheels and semisweet chocolate is only half sweet.
Of course, if you want to make sure to always be right, just avoid using words like biweekly and semimonthly. Instead just use "twice a week" or "every other month" for example.
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4/19/2013 10:22:08 am
I always mess up biweekly and semiweekly. Hopefully I can remember correctly after reading this. I like the "a bicycle has two wheels and semisweet chocolate is only half sweet." trick.
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