This word may not conjure pleasant thoughts, but it’s an old word with an interesting history. And it makes a lot of us laugh, too.
I just read this sentence on a student paper:
“Everybody is different, throughout history, though, stereotypes have caused big problems.”
This is an example of a common problem among young writers: the comma splice. Let’s take a look at what a comma splice is and how to fix it.
This article is another guest post from author and former WriteAtHome writing coach, David Sims. The series discusses the common characteristics of great stories.
Some student writers just have a hard time knowing which article to choose. I marked a paper recently with the sentence below: