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What’s an ellipsis? And how do I use it? Find out in this blog entry about the three-dot punctuation mark. Examples will help you to understand where, why, and how an ellipsis should be used.

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Antonyms are pairs of words with opposite meaning. However, there are different kinds of antonyms. Find out what types there are and what differentiates them from one another.

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It’s easy to use the apostrophe correctly! Just follow these simple rules and refer to the examples when in doubt. Forming plural, contractions, and showing possession will never be a problem for you again.

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When to use a semicolon? And when not to use one? Those questions come easy when you look at a few examples of how and why semicolons are used the way they are.

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Correct comma usage doesn’t have to be difficult. Here are some tips to help you determine when you should be using a comma and when you shouldn’t.

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Knowing the rules for italics is essential if you are writing. Your writing needs to use the consistent rules that are considered standard for using italics.

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When to us in- and when to use un- is a difficult question for nonnatives of English and native speakers alike. Find out more about the distribution of these prefixes!