Category: Grammar and writing help

Struggling with that writing? Let's have a look at a few basic creative writing tips.

5 creative writing tips

Creative writing requires a different approach from other types of writing, and can often intimidate due to the wide gamut of possibilities out there. Drawing from the resources on creative writing available on OxfordDictionaries.com, we have selected a few quick tips to help get you on the right track. 1. Know your audience An important […]

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Video: the origin of symbols like # and @

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Video: can literally mean figuratively?

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Video: ‘disinterested’ or ‘uninterested’?

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Video: ‘all right’ or ‘alright’?

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Copyediting your own work can be tricky.

6 simple rules for copyediting your own work

Whenever we write something – be it a novel, research report, formal letter, or email – there comes a point when we feel that we have included all of the information that we want. It can be very tempting, at this point, to press ‘send’ or submit the document. However, taking the time to copyedit […]

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Video: i.e. or e.g.?

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essay writing

4 things to do before you start writing an essay

As tempting as it might be to just launch into the process of writing, there are important steps to take before actually setting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard, as it were). These four steps in essay preparation should give you a solid footing before you start the essay-writing process. 1. Plan out your […]

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