How to Use the ProWritingAid Browser Extensions for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge

How to Use the ProWritingAid Browser Extensions for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge

One of our main aims at ProWritingAid is to provide you with the best editing tools wherever you write. With that in mind, we've created browser extensions for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge. Here's how to use them.

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9 Ways to Make Teaching Punctuation Fun

9 Ways to Make Teaching Punctuation Fun

Think teaching punctuation is boring? It doesn't have to be! In this article, we share nine great ideas to get your class enjoying learning and punctuating perfectly.

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10 Engaging Ways to Teach Grammar in the Classroom

10 Engaging Ways to Teach Grammar in the Classroom

Let's make grammar great again! Here are 10 easy ideas to use in your classroom to make learning fun, effective, and memorable.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Punctuating Dialogue

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Punctuating Dialogue

Dialogue, dialogue tags, and action beats. Commas, dashes, and quotation marks. Punctuating dialogue doesn't have to be difficult. Here's what you need to know.

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7 Grammar Rules Your Editor Wants You to Know

7 Grammar Rules Your Editor Wants You to Know

You don't want to send an overworked and underpaid editor a manuscript with glaring grammar and punctuation errors. Especially if the editor decides whether your piece runs or not. Send in a poorly edited piece, and you will end up in the slush pile. No editor has time for drastic rewrites.

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6 Ways ProWritingAid Improves the Customer Service Experience

6 Ways ProWritingAid Improves the Customer Service Experience

ProWritingAid aims to enhance lives by boosting communication. It helps customer service agents to provide exceptional service.

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Than vs. Then

Than vs. Then

"Then" and "than" are two pesky words that sound alike but have very different meanings. We explore when to use each term.

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How Using a Grammar Checker Can Improve Your Writing

How Using a Grammar Checker Can Improve Your Writing

Nothing makes a reader lose faith in a writer faster than a grammar error! The ProWritingAid editing tool is one of the world’s best grammar-checkers, but it also looks at elements of style and structure that help you make your writing as strong and clear as possible. Here's a quick guide to how it works.

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Color or Colour: Things to Check When Writing for a British Audience

Color or Colour: Things to Check When Writing for a British Audience

As someone who lives and runs a business in the UK and has travelled extensively in the US, I can tell you from first-hand experience that there’s a world of difference between the way Americans and Britons do things. Here's how to adapt your writing to a British audience.

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The Best Places to Find Free Grammar Help Online

The Best Places to Find Free Grammar Help Online

There are dozens of places to find free grammar help online. In this article, we take a look at ten of the best.

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Interjections: When to Use Them

Interjections: When to Use Them

Zoinks! Humbug! Bada bing! Ruh-roh! Holy Hole in a Doughnut, Batman! An interjection is like a word bomb used to get someone's attention. In this piece, we examine what interjections are and when to use them.

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Are You Using Semi-Colons Correctly?

Are You Using Semi-Colons Correctly?

If you’ve ever wondered when it’s appropriate to use a semi-colon, you’re not alone. Let's break down how to use this tricky punctuation mark.

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What is an Ellipsis and When Should You Use One?

What is an Ellipsis and When Should You Use One?

You may have used an ellipsis without being aware of what it is and its actual use in punctuation. For example, have you ever written a text or a sentence in your work-in-progress that just trails off? If so, you've used an ellipsis! In this article, we teach you how to use one properly.

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Using Anastrophe and Hyperbaton

Using Anastrophe and Hyperbaton

If you’re like me, you love learning about literary devices and how to use them. I was in a literary forum recently where someone posted, "What’s the difference between Anastrophe and Hyperbaton?" Frankly, I had to look them up. If you're like me, this article is for you.

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Is This the Right Way to Use a Semicolon? And Other Punctuational Concerns

Is This the Right Way to Use a Semicolon? And Other Punctuational Concerns

You can't use a screwdriver to hammer a nail. Likewise, you can't use a semicolon to introduce a list. Here's how to use your grammatical tools the right way.

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