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.
How do you use quotation marks and quotes? What are quotes? Find out in this humorous hub that identifies an evil twin at work...or is it just trickery?
A fun look at words no one really uses, but can still be found in dictionaries of one sort or another. Includes lay words as well as a few medical terms.
What is the difference between Neither-Nor and Either-Or? This helpful guide will walk you through.
There are many words the majority of us are getting totally wrong. Read ahead to see what we think they mean - and how to use them correctly.
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.
Learning English grammar can actually be enjoyable! Here we explore the quotation mark. Learn about proper and incorrect usage, direct quotes, quotes within quotes, block quotes, and more. Includes examples and funny images!
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 apostrophes.
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.
Do you call that alien a he, she or an it? Find out when to use the correct pronoun.