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Writing with Aphasia (And the Importance of Human Editing)
Writing with Aphasia (And the Importance of Human Editing)

Four years ago, Chris Twist survived a brain injury and had to relearn the entire English language. Learn more about Chris's journey relearning English along with the importance of human editors.

How to Edit and Proofread Your Writing to Engage Your Audience
How to Edit and Proofread Your Writing to Engage Your Audience

Establish authority with your audience and communicate your message clearly with Scribendi's Editing and Proofreading Checklist.

How to Paraphrase: Dos, Don'ts, and Strategies for Success
How to Paraphrase: Dos, Don'ts, and Strategies for Success

To avoid charges of plagiarism, you must handle direct quotations and paraphrasing correctly. Our article covers how to paraphrase by providing an overview of citing your sources, a list of dos and don'ts, and strategies to paraphrase properly.

8 Fun Homophone Examples
8 Fun Homophone Examples

Though they sound the same, the phrases "look at my muscles" and "look at my mussels" have very different meanings! Check out our infographic for more fun homophone examples.

How to Survive (and Thrive!) Completing a Group Project
How to Survive (and Thrive!) Completing a Group Project

For many students, working on a group project can be a nightmare. By following these strategies, your work on a group project will not only be successful, but it will also be enjoyable.

Common ESL Errors to Avoid in Your College Essays
Common ESL Errors to Avoid in Your College Essays

Whether you're writing a college admissions essay or a paper for a class, it can be difficult to find the right words. It's even more difficult if English is your second language, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some common ESL errors to avoid in your college essays.

How to Format a Scientific Paper
How to Format a Scientific Paper

You've done the research. You've carefully recorded your lab results and compiled a list of relevant sources. But how do you format your paper to ensure that every detail is correct? Read on to find out how to format your paper.

Wordplay: 18 Fun Ways to Play with Words
Wordplay: 18 Fun Ways to Play with Words

There are many ways to play with words. Why not try one of the following ways to engage in some wordplay?

8 Writing Lessons That Can Be Applied to Everyday Life
8 Writing Lessons That Can Be Applied to Everyday Life

Whether your favorite piece of writing advice is to "go after inspiration with a club" (Jack London) or to simply eat chocolate biscuits (Neela Mann and Lliana Bird), you can apply it to your everyday life. Check out our top eight writing lessons that you can use to help you interpret and live in the real world.

Want to Be a Great Leader? First Be a Great Writer
Want to Be a Great Leader? First Be a Great Writer

To be a great writer, you must be clear, conscientious, and committed to accuracy. It turns out, these qualities also make a great leader!

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