The past perfect and past continuous tenses can cause many writers confusion. Here's everything you need to know about these two tenses.
Defining possessive nouns is tricky. There are several unique rules that can confuse even the most seasoned writer.
Learn everything you need to know about caricature. This comprehensive explanation comes complete with examples and definition. Perfect for writers, students, and educators alike.
Empathy vs Sympathy: are you confused? Here's a simple guide to help you tell the difference.
Does your class use double negatives in their writing? Find out more about common errors and why they cost students marks in exams.
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.
What's the longest word in English? What about the oldest word? Find out some fun facts about words.
If inconsistencies plague your writing, your work can seem unpolished and unprofessional. ProWritingAid helps find and identify such errors automatically.
Are you confused by 'compliment' and 'complement'? Don't get caught out by these homophones. Find out which one you need to use in your writing.
Learning grammar doesn't have to be difficult! With these free tools, you'll be mastering your comma usage in no time.
Getting your class to write consistently in the same verb tense can be a challenge. Find out why they're getting it wrong and learn simple tips to use in your classroom.
Revising and editing is an important part of English class, but it's often hard to teach in a fun way. Here are some engaging strategies for teaching revising and editing.
Deep edits involve fine-tuning your manuscript for one type of mistake at a time. ProWritingAid has several tools that help you polish your novel for stronger, clearer writing.
Idioms can be difficult but when used properly, they are a powerful and fun literary device. Find out everything you need to know about idioms.
These three ProWritingAid reports will help you do swift and snappy edit when you are down to the wire.