*This post originally appeared on my previous blog on November 20, 2014 and has been updated/revised [Disclaimer: The word processor I refer to is Microsoft Word 2013, on my Windows Surface Tablet which runs on Windows 8.] I follow a company called Grammarly - if you haven't heard of it, that's okay, you have now … Continue reading Microsoft Word: To Trust or Not to Trust [with your grammar]
Today I'm featuring another post I published on my previous blog one year ago. The post has aged, but the lesson is timeless. *This originally appeared on my previous blog on November 5th, 2014 Today, while I was catching up on episodes of The Tonight Show (hey, I'm doing that now!) and eating lunch, I opened … Continue reading A or An ?
One year ago today I debuted my Choice Words feature (on my original blog domain). Here is the sass I chose to start it off with: *This post originally appeared on October 23rd, 2014 I was scrolling through tumblr, and I found a picture with the words "Stop correcting my grammar, this isn't English class." … Continue reading Happy Birthday Choice Words!
*This appeared on my previous blog on December 30th, 2014 As many of you know, I recently started working as a copywriter for a home décor/furnishings magazine. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, I will describe it as simply as possible. I write copy. Now some of you reading this might be thinking: … Continue reading “How to Write Good”
Happy Saturday! I have decided to kick off my grammar posts with an explanation of transitive and intransitive verbs - and I'll make it as exciting as I can. If you followed along with my words of the day last week, you'll know they were all verbs - either transitive or intransitive. And for those … Continue reading Verbs – Transitive and Intransitive