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When to Use "Which" and "That"

When to Use "Which" and "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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How to Use ProWritingAid's New Text Expander Functionality

How to Use ProWritingAid's New Text Expander Functionality

Is there anything more convenient than copy and paste? Yes! ProWritingAid's Snippets feature allows you to keep the text you use most at your fingertips. Find out how to use Snippets to speed up your writing process in this article.

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7 Underappreciated Literary Devices To Make Your Writing More Poignant

7 Underappreciated Literary Devices To Make Your Writing More Poignant

The world of literary devices isn't limited to similes and metaphors. Here are seven lesser-known and underappreciated rhetorical tools to add to your wordsmith toolbox.

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How the Paramedic Method Will Save Your Writing

How the Paramedic Method Will Save Your Writing

Writing clearly and concisely is no easy feat. Many people have a tendency to "overwrite," and it's hard to know how to edit. That's where the Paramedic Method comes in.

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The Only Grammar Cheat Sheet You'll Ever Need

The Only Grammar Cheat Sheet You'll Ever Need

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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How the Oxford Comma Cost a Company $10 Million

How the Oxford Comma Cost a Company $10 Million

Are you a staunch defender or opposer of the Oxford comma? Regardless of where you stand, these three tales of Oxford comma woe will make you think twice the next time you debate the little mark's usage.

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10 Grammar Rules You Can Forget

10 Grammar Rules You Can Forget

Connect with readers using natural language that ignores old-fashioned grammar rules. Here are 10 ways to break the rules and engage your readers.

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10 Ways to Make Teaching Grammar Fun

10 Ways to Make Teaching Grammar Fun

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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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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A Complete Guide To Antecedents

A Complete Guide To 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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7 Great Apps for Small Business Owners

7 Great Apps for Small Business Owners

These 7 best apps for small businesses allow you to use technology to streamline key processes. You can even get work done on the go.

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Types of Content to Share on Linkedin

Types of Content to Share on Linkedin

Using LinkedIn to its fullest potential can have great results for your business. Use these tips to create content that establishes your brand, presents you as a thought leader, and turns LinkedIn scrollers into customers.

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Why You Should Read Your Manuscript Out Loud

Why You Should Read Your Manuscript Out Loud

There's no such thing as a perfect manuscript, but you'll get as close as possible if you read your book out loud before you publish. Here's why.

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How to Correctly Punctuate Dialogue

How to Correctly Punctuate 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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Grammar Rules to Impress Your Editor

Grammar Rules to Impress Your Editor

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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