In today’s Internet- and email-driven society, the need to write a formal letter arises less often than in the past. However, it is still occasionally necessary to present a formal letter to obtain information, to apply for an academic program or a job, to complain about a product or service, or simply to express your opinion in an effective and coherent manner.
The idea behind social networking websites is really quite simple: the Internet has become a ubiquitous tool, and many people are now spending a large portion of their daily lives online, either for work or recreational purposes. Therefore, it’s only natural for the millions of Internet users all over the world to want a convenient way of staying in touch with each other.
The editors at Scribendi explain how to write a screenplay and offer helpful tips that might make your script a blockbuster hit.
Your formal resume is a summary of your education and job experience. It is the all-important document that will be your first impression to a prospective employer.
It's common for many people, including business professionals and first-time Scribendi.com clients, to be a bit unclear about the differences between editing and proofreading.
Good writing comes from good editing. A professional editor does more than correct mistakes; they can help you turn lead into gold! The following are 10 reasons to hire a professional editor.
This is the second in a series of articles addressing several common grammatical issues. This article explains phantom or one-sided comparisons, which might be the most prevalent issue of all, particularly in academic papers.
Following our previous look at resume writing, we now look at how to format a resume.
Resume fraud is obviously unacceptable. Stick to the facts when writing your job application, while highlighting your true skills, accomplishments, and abilities.
Check out our free advice on two tricky punctuation marks: the semicolon and colon.