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How to Edit Your Writing

When I was younger and people asked me what my hobbies were, I’d answer, “Reading and writing.” Sometimes I’d get strange looks from people as if these activities were the most boring things to do.  If you ask me that same question today, I’d probably have the

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How to Overcome Writer’s Block

Do you often get writer’s block? Picture this: You’re ready to get some writing done. It could be an important email, article, or the abstract for your thesis. So, with a steaming mug of coffee in your hands, you sit down in front of the

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How to use the Apostrophe

The correct use of punctuation is important to ensure that your written work is easy to understand and looks professional.​Punctuation marks, such as the apostrophe, full stop, comma, and brackets, are used in writing to separate sentences and to clarify meaning. You may not even notice these marks

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