Your instructor has asked you to format your term paper using Modern Language Association (MLA) style. You feel confident enough to gather your thoughts in order to produce the paper, but you have never heard of MLA style—do you panic or do you research MLA style and MLA formatting?
Words are words and those annoying little punctuation marks can't be that important...can they? Scribendi's editors offer solutions to common punctuation errors.
Movie buffs and bookworms can tell a bestseller from a dud within the first few moments. The same is true of any thesis statement you write.
Following our previous look at resume writing, we now look at how to format a resume.
Check out our free advice on two tricky punctuation marks: the semicolon and colon.
Let's examine some of the rules that dictate when apostrophes are used and where they should be placed in a word.