Why are casual and seasoned writers alike plagued by errors in their writing? Whether writing text messages or novels, these errors constantly pop up. Even with technology like spell checkers and grammar checkers, how do mistakes still find their way into our writing?
Are hyphens and dashes the same? If not, what's different? How do you even type them? Answers to these questions (and more) are revealed in this post. This post will explain the differences, help you understand when to use them, and most importantly, how to actually type them!
Getting people to open your emails is challenging. Once opened, the chances they'll click on your call to action (CTA) decrease with every red flag—from suspicious email addresses to poor grammar and punctuation.
As a blogger, you have lots of tools at your disposal to make your writing more easily digestible and appealing to readers. This post examines the top 5 tools I use when writing blogs.
The number of errors, the awkwardness of the English, and the formatting used in this official government announcement on new COVID-19 regulations does little to motivate citizens to attempt to display properly written English in their place of business.
More examples of awkward and incorrect English lyrics in Korean songs, and a couple of examples of awkward and incorrect Korean used in English songs.
Top 3 reasons why writing is judged more harshly than speaking, and what poorly written copy can mean for your brand image and sales.
Clarification about similar verb tenses and suggestions on which verb tenses English language learners should focus on.
A clear explanation of the meanings and uses of the 12 English verb tenses, with examples.
Is poetic license always a blanket excuse for pushing grammar and spelling rules in lyrics?
Part 1 of a 2-part post examining the bending of grammar rules in song lyrics by native and non-native English speakers.