Guest Post: 10 Common Grammatical Errors and How to Avoid Them!

By Priyanka Misra Not particular about your grammar? Using incorrect English can diminish your charm. Here is some help. Your ideas are only as good as the words you use to express them. The more vivid and fluently you speak and write, the more chances that people perceive you as intelligent, charming, funny or persuasive. There …

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From Grammarly: How well do you know your grammar? Affect vs. Effect

All writers know that grammar is important. And the company Grammarly likes to put a fun spin on learning grammar. How big of a grammar nerd are you? TakeTake Grammarly's quiz to show how much you know about affect vs. effect: To learn more about affect vs. effect, check out Grammarly's in-depth blog post that …

From Grammarly: Valentine’s Day and Online Dating

Grammarly always has fun holiday infographics. For Valentine's Day, they've teamed up with eHarmony to see how people's writing, based on their dating profiles, affected their chances of getting a date. Grammarly reviewed 10,000 eHarmony male/female matches generated by eHarmony’s matching algorithm. Fifty percent of the matches advanced to two-way communication, while the other 50 percent …

So You Want to Write a Novel: Five Writing Mistakes, According to Grammarly

Grammarly, a platform that helps writers edit, has taken NaNoWriMo to a new level the past two years with its novel writing group @Grammowrimo. Last November, Grammarly worked with 500 writers to produce a 40,000 word novel. In addition to publishing a novel, they've compiled a list of the top five common writing mistakes. See their …