Memo Examples
Memo Examples

Use these memo examples to make sure your next memo is clear, consistent, and targeted at the right audience.

7 Types of Conflict in Literature
7 Types of Conflict in Literature

Learn about the seven different types of conflict in literature with examples from some famous novels.

How to Use Social Media to Improve Your English
How to Use Social Media to Improve Your English

Improve your English-language skills with the help of some of your favorite social media websites.

Affect vs. Effect: How to Use the Right Word Every Time
Affect vs. Effect: How to Use the Right Word Every Time

Are you confused about when to use affect vs. effect? Learn the difference between the two words with these helpful examples and tips.

Writing Inspiration for NaNoWriMo: Why Famous Authors Write
Writing Inspiration for NaNoWriMo: Why Famous Authors Write

Need some writing inspiration during NaNoWriMo? Remind yourself why you write with these quotes from famous authors!

21 Literary Halloween Costumes
21 Literary Halloween Costumes

Not sure what you want to be for Halloween this year? Get inspired by these literary Halloween costumes!

The Most Useful Tools to Help You Prepare for an MBA
The Most Useful Tools to Help You Prepare for an MBA

Whether you have a background in business or are new to the field, prepare for an MBA program with these great tips and tools.

Can You Correctly Define These Nine Obscure Literary Terms?
Can You Correctly Define These Nine Obscure Literary Terms?

Literary terms are used to describe various aspects of writing, but how well do you actually know these tricky devices?

What are Appositives?
What are Appositives?

An appositive is a noun or a pronoun (often with modifiers) that is beside another noun or pronoun, usually with the purpose of explaining or modifying. Now don’t get nervous—we'll help you figure this out.

How to Use et al. in an Academic Paper
How to Use et al. in an Academic Paper

Not sure how to use et al. in your essay? Learn the ins and outs of this tricky phrase with examples from the 90s cult classic Clueless.

Article Types

Article Categories

Newsletter

Get free grammar tips straight to your inbox every week.

@

We respect your email privacy

RSS Feeds

BBB Accredited Business Quality Assurance - Scribendi is ISO 9001:2008 Certified  Norton Secured - This site uses SSL encryption to protect your data. Click to Verify - This site has chosen an SSL Certificate to improve Web site security Click to Verify - This site has chosen an SSL Certificate to improve Web site security