Whether the use of "they" as a singular pronoun is correct has been debated for centuries. Learn whether its use is acceptable, once and for all.
Has social media changed how we write? Jennifer Broflowski, a writer at CraftResumes, looks at the effects of social media on online communication in our latest blog post.
Have you ever wondered what "Scribendi" means? Check out our newest blog post, in which we also outline the top 10 funniest misspellings of "Scribendi."
In a dynamic and fast-paced business environment, how can you ensure that each one of your emails is written professionally? Whether you're starting your career or just wondering why your emails don't get the responses you want, this post will guide you through how to write a professional email.
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.
Learn when to use brake vs. break so that you never mix up these similar-sounding words again.
Take a look at the history of Scribendi and see the changes we have made in the last 20 years!
When deciding how to end a letter, your context and recipient should dictate your phrasing. This article outlines your options and when to use each.
The Oxford comma is a hot topic among grammar enthusiasts, but where does it come from and how does one tiny comma affect the clarity of a sentence or document? Find out why the Oxford comma is important with the help of this article.
The ability to pen a grammatically flawless love note is not the only thing a grammar nerd brings to a relationship.