You do not want to miss reading this article about punctuation and how people began to use it in the English language. Read who was the first person to introduce it to the English language, when and some other very interesting facts about punctuations.
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All of us are always looking for help with better writing. These 11 great tips for improving your writing can offer insights you may not have thought about or known. Very useful tips for those who want to become better writers.
The following 10 crutch words to avoid using when speaking or writing may surprise you. Chances are that you may be using a few of them incorrectly yourself. Be sure to check them out to avoid falling into the trap of relying on crutch words.
If you’re looking for some great and effective writing techniques, then be sure to read this article. See these 6 awesome tips for effective writing and what to avoid to make sure your writing engages the audience more. Very useful strategies for every writer out there.
Don’t miss reading this very helpful article showing all you need to know about writing dates and times. Also, learn when and when not to use ordinal, cardinal numbers, commas and much more when writing times and dates.
This is a great article explaining the first, second and third person point of view definition and examples. Also, learn how to tell each style apart from the other with some easy to follow examples and instructions.
The words awhile vs. a while often causes problems for many people. Since they both are so similar, a lot of us have issues deciding between both of them. This article has many tips showing how to tell them apart and when to use them properly.
NaNoWriMo is over now and it’s time to unwind. Find out how to cure NaNoWriMo hangover in five easy steps, what to do afterwards and what to absolutely not do!
Stand and stay are English words that are easily confused, especially by non-native speakers. Learn the exact definition of these everyday words to never use them in the wrong context again!
Lie as in not telling the truth and lie as in being in a horizontal position are verbs that sound and look exactly the same. Yet, it’s not only their meaning that differs, but also it’s tenses. Don’t get them mixed up with this table. Plus, find out how the verb “to lay” fits into the picture.