The word gurus at Writer’s Relief are throwing down the grammar gauntlet. And we’re cracking open the style guide. But we’re not drinking more coffee (seems like we’ve had plenty!). The English language is constantly evolving, and we keep current about what’s...
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You may have the abbreviations LOL and OMG down pat, but if you’re a writer, it’s more important that you are able to use “e.g.” and “i.e.” correctly. Many writers mistakenly believe these two abbreviations are interchangeable—they’re not. Get ready for some really...
Grammar mistakes are a pet peeve of many writers, but even the most diligent writer will occasionally make a grammar gaffe. And some words seem to be the culprits more often than others! It’s important to carefully proofread your writing to catch these sneaky...
What possessed us to write a grammar guide to apostrophes? After seeing the umpteenth inappropriately placed apostrophe, the expert proofreaders at Writer’s Relief wanted to share a few tips about when to use this punctuation mark and how to get it right every time....
Writers are often warned not to use passive voice and that active voice is better and preferred by readers. But what exactly is passive voice? (Hint: It has nothing to do with verb tense!) At Writer’s Relief, we know the best way to avoid grammar mistakes is to have...
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