How do you know when to query and the best medium for presenting that query?
"To avoid #plagiarism: When you use the ideas of another person, whether quoting or paraphrasing, give credit with a citation."—@APA_Style
When dealing with variant spellings, there’s no right or wrong. Three strategies for making a choice between spellings.
In today’s News Roundup: tips for editing tech writing and for replenishing your creativity. And a little mirror for us all.
A chiasmus is a rhetorical device in which the order of the terms in the first of two parallel clauses is reversed in the second.
Some words, like clique, claque, cloqué, are just fun to say.
Spellcheck probably won’t help you choose correctly among assure, ensure, and insure.
The near-homophones defuse and diffuse can give writers and editors some trouble.
Take care when choosing between elicit and solicit. Soliciting means asking for something; eliciting means actually getting it.
Understanding the difference between empathy and sympathy.