Because inveigh and inveigle are so similar, it’s easy to mistake one for the other.
Some words, like clique, claque, cloqué, are just fun to say.
Fact-checking is often an added task to a copyeditor’s already long list of duties, one that editors aren’t always thrilled to take on.
Diphthong is one of those words that occasionally come up in a grade school English class.
You are not an imposter. Let’s rid you of that idea now.
Sooner or later it happens to every editor: you make a major mistake on a client project.
Chile. Chili. Chilli. Which word or words used can be a consequence of their geography, their upbringing, or even their views on language.
It turns out that making the most of your natural rhythm is good for your work.
If you don’t know, look it up. If you’re not sure you know, look it up. If you think you know … look it up.
Referrals are based on trust, and in today’s online world, websites establish that trust.