This poster does a clever job of showing (rather than telling) how easily redundancy can slip into our writing.Read More
Parallel Comparisons: When You Need “Other” or “Else”
Expressing comparisons can be tricky. You must be sure that you are always comparing like things. In other words, be sure that your comparisons are parallel:Read More
Subject-Verb Agreement, Part 1
One of the most common usage errors is subject-verb disagreement. This lesson will give some guidelines for avoiding this problem. Includes printable PDF practice exercise!Read More
Hanged or Hung?
Here’s a grammar issue that people get hung up on. When using the verb hang in the past tense, is it correct to say hung or hanged?Read More