Did you know that a group of turtles is called a bale? Find out other quirky collective nouns for animals with this adorable infographic.
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Are you going to lay down or lie down to sleep? The question is enough to keep you awake. Learn the difference between lay vs. lie so you can get some rest!
The ampersand, at sign, and pound sign are common symbols that most of us use pretty regularly. Even so, their origins and rules of usage might surprise you!
If your writing is riddled with errors, it is easy for others to misunderstand your point. Achieve clarity by avoiding these 10 common grammatical errors.
These resources outline writing basics, helping you communicate clearly via the written word no matter your age, profession, or experience level.
Some people neglect commas. Others use them after every word. Whatever your tendencies, these comma rules will help you find a happy medium.
Who says grammar can't be funny? This list of 12 misplaced modifier examples demonstrates just how comical these errors can be—and the importance of avoiding them in your own writing.
First person, second person, third person . . . sounds like a party to me! Learn how to identify and use narrative voice in your own writing.
With Christmas approaching, it is time to unwrap one of the most useful gifts you will receive this year: a thorough knowledge of the present tense!
Knowing when to use may vs. might can be harder than trying to destroy the One Ring. These examples in the writing of Tolkien will help you use them correctly.