What is a collective noun? A collective noun is a single word that encompasses more than one single item. In this blog, we will show you lots of examples, as well as show you how to properly use the singular and plural versions of the collective noun.
Even if you’re not a grammar nerd, it’s important to recognize and avoid common grammar mistakes. To help you avoid them, we’ll cover 20 of the most common grammar mistakes that appear in both day-to-day and professional writing.
Knowing how to write a sentence may already be second nature to most reader. But do you remember what makes a good and grammatically correct sentence? In this blog, we will explore the building blocks of how to write a sentence that’s readable and memorable.
Choosing between affect vs effect is like choosing between nouns and verbs. The fact that they’re homophones makes it more challenging! We’ll cut through the confusion and explain the difference between affect and effect: what they mean, when to use each one (and when not to), and even their pronunciation.
In Part 1 of our blog series on comma usage, we covered some of the basic comma rules. In Part 2, we’re going to cover the more intricate comma usage found in sentences.
In part one of this two-part series on comma rules, I’m going to begin with the easy stuff. This post will cover the comma usage you encounter every day. Our examples will include comma usage with names, adjectives, and many more!
Which or that? That or which? Most people don’t understand the proper usage of these two “beginners of clauses.” In this post, I will show you how simple it is to choose between which vs. that.
Any time you are creating a list in writing, you will want to use parallel sentence structures. This post will walk you through examples of the right (and wrong) way to construct a parallel sentence.
Now that you’ve learned all about reflexive pronouns, it’s time to see some examples. Here are 32 shining reflexive pronoun examples to help you out!
Reflexive pronouns are used all the time in everyday language. But what are they, and what are the proper ways to use them? This blog gives you fun answers to all of your questions.