Quite a number of adjectives can be created by adding the suffix -ive to a noun (combat / combative) or a verb (impress / impressive).
Though you probably recognize both noisome and odious as something you don't want to be called, they might not mean what you think.
Understanding the difference between historic and historical can mean the difference between “this happened” and “THIS HAPPENED!!!”
The Chicago Manual of Style gives editors a decent amount of guidance on the proper use of commas, but sometimes it offers open-ended guidelines.
Some common spelling errors can elude even for the best editors, so don’t let spell-check illude you into thinking it will catch every problem.
Hyperlinks are clickable areas of a screen that take you to another part of a document or to a website.
"Content Marketing Primer for Editors & Proofreaders" is a short guide that spells out the what, why, how, and when of content marketing.
Continuous and continual share the Latin root continere.
We’re editors: we live to edit things. But sometimes the situation demands that we leave an error.
Everything has a structure — including everything we edit.