Life is full of disappointments, but sometimes these disappointments are so great that they warrant further scrutiny. Rather than act like a spoiled child, ranting and raving, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to write a beautifully constructed letter of complaint?
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.