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20 Clutter Words & Phrases To Avoid

Inexperienced writers clutter their writing with words and phrases that are redundant and add nothing to the meaning of the piece. [Suggested reading: 6 Ways To Shorten Your Sentences And Improve Your Writing] Sometimes it can be difficult to identify excess verbiage and unnecessary words…

The Ultimate Apostrophe Flowchart For Writers

If you’re not sure whether an apostrophe is required or where it goes, this flowchart will guide you in using apostrophes correctly. Source: GrammarCheck If you are looking for more helpful infographics, you might like these: 10 Myths About English Writing 18 Verbs Even Native Speakers…

10 Myths About English Writing (Infographic)

Is it acceptable to start a sentence with But or And, or to end a sentence with a preposition? Should you split infinitives, and write in first person? Uncover all that and more writing myths, in the following infographic: Source: GrammarCheck If you are looking for…

The Ultimate Grammar Cheat Sheet for Writers (Infographic)

"Do you find yourself living in fear of the grammar sticklers? Find yourself reading and re-reading your work to make sure they’re error-free…and then still find you’ve made a mistake? Grammar doesn’t come easily to everyone. It can be tricky even for the most confident…

7 Tips For Writing A Great Book Review

How do you write a good book review? In How To Write A Great Book Review, Amanda Patterson explains that 'Reviews fall into the categories of Comment, Opinion, and Columns. When writing a review you are expressing your opinion and you should assess the book…

18 Verbs Even Native Speakers Confuse

English is a tricky language, and sometimes similar words can trip you up. Let’s take a look at 18 of the most confusing verbs, in the following infographic from Grammar Check. Source: GrammarCheck If you are looking for more helpful infographics, you might like these:…

10 Basic Dos And Dont’s For Plotting

At its most basic, a plot is about at least two characters who have opposing goals. The conflict that results turns an idea into a story that can be plotted to the end. In 2013, we wrote a post about problems with plotting called Plotting –…

19 Actionable Writing Tips – Infographic

Getting your business ideas across in a clear, succinct way is important. Getting the response you want from readers equally so. Instructional Solutions has created an infographic full of business writing tips to help you make readers act and react. Source: Instructional Solutions If you…

The Ultimate Flowchart For Finding Your Next Good Read

Summer is coming for those of us in the southern hemisphere and it's time for us to choose our next holiday reads. You may find this infographic helpful when deciding what to read next. 'This infographic is loaded to the brim with authors and books…
Why You Need The Inverted Pyramid When You Write

Why You Need The Inverted Pyramid When You Write

The Inverted Pyramid is the style of writing that journalists use when they write. Reporters place the most important elements of the story at the beginning. They start with the conclusion of the story, followed by the most important supporting information, and end with the…
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