How to Write a Thank-You Email After an Interview, According to Experts
How to Write a Thank-You Email After an Interview, According to Experts
Have you ever been in this situation? You go in for an interview, and after a harrowing two hours, walk out feeling relatively confident that...
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Adjectives and Adverbs–What’s the Difference?
Many of us learned in school that adjectives modify nouns and that adverbs modify verbs. But as we’ve seen, adjectives can also act as complements...
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How to Troll-proof Your Writing
How to Troll-proof Your Writing
You’ve just read an interesting article online. It covered a subject you’re passionate about, so you dash off a brilliant comment. It begins: Your right...
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It’s Time to End Grammar Trolling
It’s Time to End Grammar Trolling
During a recent discussion here at Grammarly HQ, someone on the team asked a very good question: is there actually a difference between correcting someone’s...
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What’s the Difference Between Grammar Correction and Grammar Trolling?
What’s the Difference Between Grammar Correction and Grammar Trolling?
Prescriptive English grammar seems to be one of those things that either impassions you or inspires some level of dread. Lovers of English grammar and...
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Why Grammar Matters in Your Content Marketing
Why Grammar Matters in Your Content Marketing
If you’re trying to market your brand or sell a product, a grammatical mistake or typo can hold you back from success. Find out how...
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How to Write Right After You’ve Swiped Right
How to Write Right After You’ve Swiped Right
Swipe left. Swipe left. She likes hiking and outdoor sports; you’re a homebody who’d rather eat nachos and watch Netflix. He’s into kale smoothies and...
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Commas After Introductory Phrases
What Is an Introductory Phrase? An introductory phrase is like a clause, but it doesn’t have its own subject and verb; it relies on the...
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Main Verbs: Definition and Examples
The main verb is also called the lexical verb or the principal verb. This term refers to the important verb in the sentence, the one...
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