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.
This infographic provides a compact visual guide to common mistakes that writers make. Banish these grammar errors for tighter, clearer writing.
Connect with readers using natural language that ignores old-fashioned grammar rules. Here are 10 ways to break the rules and engage your readers.
Let's make grammar great again! Here are 10 easy ideas to use in your classroom to make learning fun, effective, and memorable.
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?
When it comes to written communication, writing well is winning half the battle. ProWritingAid ensures you write brilliantly every time.
You wrote a novel! Well done. Reaching the NaNoWriMo goal of 50,000 words in a month is an impressive feat. What's next? The technical writing edit. Find out what to look for in your writing while editing.
Homonyms, homophones and homographs are often missed in the first proofread, causing headaches later on. Find out how to catch them right away with ProWritingAid.
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.
ProWritingAid's Grammar Check is like the spelling and grammar checkers in a word processor - but with superpowers. As well as highlighting misspelled words and missing punctuation, it also looks at the construction of the sentence to make sure that the structure, style and tense are correct. Find out everything you need to know about the Grammar Check here.
Are your instructors always giving you the same feedback on your essays? Watch this webinar replay to find out how you can use a free ProWritingAid account to cut out unnecessary fluff from your essays to make them more effective.
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.
Our new Sentence Structure report analyzes how you start each sentence in your text and compares your usage of different sentence structures to published texts in your genre. Here's how to use it.
Who vs whom: Learn which one you need with this simple grammar guide. Includes examples and definitions.
Struggling from a case of writer's block or wondering what's blocking you on the path to publication? Read on to ensure that you're not making any of these fatal writing errors...