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.

How to Write a Memo
How to Write a Memo

To learn how to write a memo, you must know your intended audience and understand basic memo format. This article will help you with both!

12 Ways to Beat the Back-to-School Blues
12 Ways to Beat the Back-to-School Blues

Beat the back-to-school blues and be glad to go back with the help of these great tips!

The 8 Best TED Talks for Writers
The 8 Best TED Talks for Writers

We know it takes a lot to keep the creative fires burning, so we put together a list of the eight best TED Talks for writers to keep you inspired.

What Is a Technical Writer?
What Is a Technical Writer?

What is a technical writer? Technical writers are present in almost every industry but are very different from other types of writers.

25 Grammar Lesson Plans to Help Your Students Succeed
25 Grammar Lesson Plans to Help Your Students Succeed

Have you created your grammar lesson plans yet? Get a feel for what other teachers are doing, and see how you can incorporate these ideas into your classroom!

Who vs. Whom: A Simple Way to Determine Which Word to Use
Who vs. Whom: A Simple Way to Determine Which Word to Use

Knowing when to use who vs. whom is a challenge even for the most experienced English speaker. Remember this simple rule to get it right every time!

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