Brittany Constable takes first place in the 11th-annual ACES Poetry Contest.
National Grammar Day is Thursday, March 4. This year we are asking you to celebrate by submitting your poems of 280 characters or less.
A look at the word "multiple." What is wrong with the word and suggested alternatives to use in its place.
Scotch bonnets and allspice are to cooking as exclamation points and colons are to sentences.
Like no other holiday, Thanksgiving revolves around food.
This “hidden rule” of English is one most people follow without realizing.
Cleft sentences are one of the most common constructions that you’ve probably never heard of.
It is time for style guides to allow writers more flexibility in the treatment of abbreviations.
Any editing project involves a fair amount of taking commas from one place and putting them in another, but I always end up with some extras when I’m done.
You be the judge: Try your hand at three court cases where punctuation really mattered.