Should I Use "Which" or "That"?

Should I Use "Which" or "That"?

Do you use "which" and "that" as interchangeable words in sentences because they mean the same? That couldn't be further from the truth. We're here to help you determine when to use each word.

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The Perfect Grammar Cheat Sheet [infographic]

The Perfect Grammar Cheat Sheet [infographic]

This infographic provides a compact visual guide to common mistakes that writers make. Banish these grammar errors for tighter, clearer writing.

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Infographic: 13 Grammar Mistakes Beautiful People Don't Make

Infographic: 13 Grammar Mistakes Beautiful People Don't Make

With social media and messaging apps being used daily, grammar and writing skills have taken a back seat. These errors are transferring into resumes, emails, articles and anything you could possibly imagine. However,considering that what you write is a direct reflection on you, you do not want to come across as lazy, unintelligent or even worse, unattractive. The question is: How can you avoid making grammar mistakes that you don’t know you’re making in the first place?

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Everything You Need to Know About Antecedents

Everything You Need to Know About Antecedents

Do your antecedents agree with your pronouns? What are antecedents anyway? Find out everything you need to know in this article.

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3 Steps to Writing an Awesome Thesis Statement

3 Steps to Writing an Awesome Thesis Statement

Your thesis statement is one of the most important parts of your essay, but it doesn't have to be daunting. Here are three easy steps for crafting a fantastic thesis statement.

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Still Making Typos? Avoid Embarrassing Spelling Mistakes With ProWritingAid’s Chrome Extension

Still Making Typos? Avoid Embarrassing Spelling Mistakes With ProWritingAid’s Chrome Extension

If you’ve been copying and pasting your email or social media content into ProWritingAid’s online editor, that’s wonderful… but there’s an easier way. You should be using ProWritingAid’s Chrome extension.

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Correct Grammar: How to Use Who and Whom in Sentences

Correct Grammar: How to Use Who and Whom in Sentences

Who vs whom: Learn which one you need with this simple grammar guide. Includes examples and definitions.

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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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What Are Capitonyms and How Do I Use Them?

What Are Capitonyms and How Do I Use Them?

Capitonyms are a specific type of homograph. Find out what they are and how to use them in this article.

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Advisor vs Adviser: Which Spelling Is Correct?

Advisor vs Adviser: Which Spelling Is Correct?

Do you need to use 'advisor' or 'adviser' in your writing? This guide contains definitions and examples to explain the difference.

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Inspiring Podcasts for Writers to Help You Learn and Improve

Inspiring Podcasts for Writers to Help You Learn and Improve

If you are one of those busy humans who count themselves as part of the writing profession, here are the best podcasts to help revamp your style, give you some tips for publishing on multiple platforms, and inspire you to rededicate yourself to your craft.

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Starting a Sentence with “And” or “But” – Should You Do It?

Starting a Sentence with “And” or “But” – Should You Do It?

You can forget what you were taught in school – it is okay to start a sentence with "and" or "but" after all. Here's why.

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Let’s Get Possessive

Let’s Get Possessive

Defining possessive nouns is tricky. There are several unique rules that can confuse even the most seasoned writer.

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How to Teach Students About Using Double Negatives

How to Teach Students About Using Double Negatives

Does your class use double negatives in their writing? Find out more about common errors and why they cost students marks in exams.

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Emigrate vs Immigrate: How Can I Tell the Difference?

Emigrate vs Immigrate: How Can I Tell the Difference?

Emigrate vs Immigrate: Are you confused about the meaning of these words? Find out their definition and simple examples to help you tell the difference.

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