If you're serious about writing, please consider grammar to be your best friend. You might quarrel sometimes, but in the end grammar is there to support your efforts and to help you succeed.
No matter how informative, unique, or important your content is, if your readers can't understand it, you will lose them. Here's help for those who have trouble writing clearly in English.
What is the difference between something and anything. A guide with definitions and examples.
The Naughty Grammarian instructs on the finer points of English grammar and usage, points either never learned or long ago forgotten. This lesson is about how to love, and use, the comma.
A list of 20 English language capitalization rules with examples.
Some of the features that are basic to all word processors and word processing operations with particular reference to windows environment. Getting Started starting your word processor (e.g Microsoft word), as with any Microsoft windows...
The Naughty Grammarian instructs on English usage. This lesson is about the confusion between “titled" and “entitled.” She also gives advice about choosing a title.
You can easily change your passive voice sentences to active. Here are some tips for finding passive voice along with practice exercises for passive voice and subject and verb.
Learning English grammar can actually be enjoyable! Here we explore the poor, abused apostrophe. Learn about contractions, omissions, possession, and when not to use an apostrophe. Includes examples, stories, and funny images!
Do you ever wonder when to use "a" and "an"? Mortimer and Horton do. Embark on a little journey with them to Utopia and learn how to use "a" and "an" while they find themselves on a wacky adventure.