Scribendi.com's infographic explains that bad grammar happens to good people.
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Writing concisely is hard work; you must convey your meaning in just a few carefully chosen words. However, your readers will surely thank you!
The Free the Apostrophe infographic highlights apostrophe abuse and illustrates how apostrophes should be used correctly.
Scribendi's infographic about the difference between editing and proofreading.
One of the most often quoted axioms is “Show, don’t tell.” The idea is to keep students from explaining the story, that is, to stop them from using telling writing and use showing writing instead. I have compiled ten tips that actually show you how to avoid telling writing.
Now that you know how to write a CV and format a CV, examining an example is the next step in preparing to create or update your own CV.
Maybe you find yourself on this page because your instructor asked you to write an expository essay, and you aren’t exactly sure what’s expected of you—if so, you’ve certainly found the right place. Expository writing, or exposition, is a type of discourse used to describe, explain, define, inform, or clarify. It literally means “to expose.”
Who knew formatting quotation marks was so complicated? In order to help you navigate their subtle nuances and unpredictability, Scribendi.com has compiled a list of rules to help you properly format quotation marks.
This article discusses the proper uses of square brackets, curly brackets and angle brackets. Brackets are actually more complex than most people realize!
Now that we’ve gone over the finer points of an introduction, let’s take a look at a sample introduction to see how it all comes together. The beginning of an essay sets the tone for the reader and is also used to get the reader interested in your work. Having a well-written introduction is critical when writing an essay.