This has been a great year for blog content, and we decided to pick out your favorites. Enjoy this roundup of top 10 Scribendi blog posts of 2016!
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.
Whether you love typewriters as a piece of your past or a retro desk accessory, check out the history of the typewriter in this handy infographic.
Do you love reading so much you want to make a career out of it? This quiz will help you find out which literary job best suits your personality!
Did you know that a group of turtles is called a bale? Find out other quirky collective nouns for animals with this adorable infographic.
Are you going to lay down or lie down to sleep? The question is enough to keep you awake. Learn the difference between lay vs. lie so you can get some rest!
Take a look at these five thought-provoking essays that showed us celebrities could tackle big issues in their writing.
The ampersand, at sign, and pound sign are common symbols that most of us use pretty regularly. Even so, their origins and rules of usage might surprise you!
If your writing is riddled with errors, it is easy for others to misunderstand your point. Achieve clarity by avoiding these 10 common grammatical errors.
A title should clearly convey the contents of a work. Instead of guessing what to capitalize in a title, ensure clarity by following these practical rules.