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.
The ProWritingAid team had three simple goals in 2019 to help you become a better writer. Here's how we did.
LinkedIn is an amazing platform to find connections in the business world. Learn how publishing on LinkedIn can help you find common interests and connect with like-minded individuals in the professional realm.
The ProWritingAid Style Guide lets you create custom reports for your organization. In this article, we show you how.
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.
A few weeks ago, the ProWritingAid team gathered in Granada, Spain, to plan for the upcoming year and spend some quality time together. Read on for a sneak peek into the fun!
Growth Rocket is building a community. And they're using ProWritingAid to help them every step of the way. Follow along with how Growth Rocket uses ProWritingAid in this special post.
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One of the biggest problems that creative people face is how to take their imagined ideas and communicate them clearly and effectively in writing. I dread to think how many incredible adventures, concepts, and viewpoints are locked up in the brains of people who struggle with the technical elements of writing. The part of the brain that we use for imaginative thinking is quite different from the part that actually crafts the sentences. And the quickest way to lose a reader’s confidence—even if your ideas are water-tight—is to present them with clumsy, awkward, error-filled writing.
Your writing comprises tons of ideas. Linking and connecting them cohesively and eloquently makes your writing easier to understand and helps people follow your logic. Learn how to use transitions effectively here.
What are the most important things to include in your opening chapter? Establish your setting. Introduce elements of your protagonists conflict. Raise important story questions. Make your reader care about your character. Read on to find out more!
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In this guide, we’ll cover what ProWritingAid is and how you can use it in your classroom to build your students’ skills. You’ll find an overview of the ProWritingAid reports with instructions on how to use them in the classroom, as well as sample exercises that you can use with your students. In the appendix, there’s a worksheet students can use to track their changes during editing, which will help them learn how to improve their writing.