Should your writing include a comma after the phrase "thank you"? We break down the rules and give examples in this post.
Looking for a synonym for the word “emphasize”? Some examples include highlight, stress, and accent. Learn how to use emphasize in a sentence and see a full list of emphasize synonyms in this article.
Imperative sentences are sentences that give instructions, directions, or requests. In this article, we break down what imperative sentences are, explain how to use them, and give examples.
Is there a difference between the words supper and dinner? In this article we break down the two terms and when it's appropriate to use supper vs dinner.
Wondering how to fix a sentence that uses passive voice? In this article, we share examples of passive voice sentences and explain how to fix them, both by yourself and by using a grammar checker like ProWritingAid. Learn how to change passive voice into active voice and improve your writing.
Do you need to use a comma before or after the word "however"? We break down the rules and share examples in this post.
Should you use a comma before "such as"? We explain how to correctly punctuate a sentence using "such as" in this article.
Both spellings—canceled and cancelled—are the past tense of the verb to cancel. But which is correct? It depends where you live. Learn the difference in this article.
Which is correct, "inter" or "intra"? Discover the difference in this article and use both words with confidence in your writing.
Looking for a challenge? In this article, we've rounded up 14 of the hardest to spell words in the English language. We'll teach you how to spell them and give you tips for remembering them in the future. Welcome to your newest party trick!
Unsure if you should use ProWritingAid or Paper Rater? Compare price, features, and usability of the two writing apps in this article.
Do you understand how to use and create plural nouns? In this article, we break down the rules of creating and using plural nouns in your writing.
What's the difference between "affective" and "effective"? We explain how to use affective and effective correctly in this article.
"Everyday" is an adjective used to describe something ordinary or usual. "Every day" is a phrase that means "each day." Here's how to correctly use "everyday" vs "every day."