Grammar

8 Habits Any Journalist Or Blogger Must Avoid

Professional writers need much more than conversational English skills. They need an exceptional command of the language as well as creativity, style, stick-to-it-iveness, and many other skills and qualities. Additionally, the most successful writers have established good habits and eliminated bad ones. The following, brand-new…
How to Check Your Grammar in Gmail, Yahoo Mail & Outlook

How To Check Your Grammar In Email

Tired of annoying typos in your emails? Let's be honest, email really isn’t designed to help you write better, and the integrated error-checking features of Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and Outlook won’t catch every error. The following infographic has a solution for you. With these easy…
7 Secrets Of Advanced English Writing

7 Secrets Of Advanced English Writing

Guest Post Have you ever wondered what makes the difference between an “A” paper and a “B” paper? Between a successful sales letter and one that gets ignored? There are several levels of fluency in a language. Learning the smaller details can help your writing…
All About Parts Of Speech

All About Parts Of Speech

Two years ago, we ran a series called Grammar for Beginners. We included parts of speech in it. For today's post, we have included links to all the parts of speech in one post. What Are Parts Of Speech? In language, parts of speech are…

12 Common Words That Still Confuse Everyone

Guest Post This infographic covers 12 common words and their often mistaken counterparts. Words that even professional writers and editors confuse from time to time. Do you know any words that look alike, sound alike, or both? Please note: With reference to number 9: In…
Create Power Paragraphs For Stronger Storytelling

Create Power Paragraphs For Stronger Storytelling

When we look beyond story, we see structure. We can break a short story or novel down to scenes or chapters. Each is made up of words, sentences and paragraphs, held together by punctuation. Together, these create a wonderful narrative river, an unbroken stream of text…

22 Common Nouns & What You Can Use Instead

Guest Post We all know that a large vocabulary can add life to your novel, short story, song, or poem. This week, we invite you to peruse our list of synonyms, “22 Common Nouns & What You Can Use Instead.” Most of these are abstract…
The 10 Commandments Of Business Writing

The 10 Commandments Of Business Writing

According to Paul Jones of Magneto Marketing, 'These are the 10 Commandments of high quality, engaging, persuasive business writing.' The company developed them when training copywriting  over many years. Writers Write believes in writing to communicate. As mentioned in this post, 7 Essential Characteristics Of Effective…

16 Old Words for Young People

Guest Post We hope you enjoyed our last infographic, 16 Young Words for Old People, as much as we enjoyed it. Did you try using any of the words? Did you feel awkward, or did you fit right in with your audience? We saw a…
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