This podcast provides definitions and examples of both adjectives and adverbs. It highlights key points to remember when identifying and including them in your writing and provides a few exceptions you should be aware of.
Are you feeling overwhelmed at work, with not enough time in the day to get everything done? Your problem may not be a lack of time, but how you manage the time you have. The editors at Scribendi.com have compiled a list of 10 helpful ways you can manage your time better.
Texting has become so popular that using acronyms has become a strategy of twenty-first century communication. However, there is an appropriate and inappropriate time to use acronyms. If you are interested in learning more about what acronyms are and when and how to use them, listen to this podcast!
Do you ever wonder if you are using too many commas or not enough? In this podcast, we explain what a comma is and how to use it.
Do you find yourself falling asleep in situations where you shouldn’t, perhaps during class or a business meeting? In this podcast, we suggest various tricks, such as stretching, to help you stay awake!
Writing concisely is hard work; you must convey your meaning in just a few carefully chosen words. However, your readers will surely thank you!
There is actually a lot to consider when using quotation marks, including when to use single or double quotation marks and how to format a quote within a quote. These questions, among others, are answered in this podcast.
Writing an outline is an excellent way to help you organize your thoughts and research. An outline should detail how you plan to arrange your essay. This podcast offers helpful information to get you started.
Most people do not like to complain, but writing a tasteful letter of complaint is one way to express your views. This podcast will help you organize your letter and keep it professional.
The Free the Apostrophe infographic highlights apostrophe abuse and illustrates how apostrophes should be used correctly.