If you’re not sure whether to use “an” before “historic,” here’s a very well-researched guide:
Here’s a handy flowchart to help you decide, but it’s generally a good idea to abstain as much as possible!
You’ve likely seen this infographic before, but it’s worth a repeat — so many of these spelling and grammar errors can be avoided with careful writing…and a copy edit! Hire an editor!
Tweet or tweet? Website or web site? Well, for those of us who write for the web (and care about such distinctions!), there is a new style guide for the internet (lowercase), published by Buzzfeed. Next time you’re wondering about whether Twitterverse is capped, check it out!
Writers, take note: this is a great little website explaining all the possible ways to use and misuse the comma, and it includes relevant examples.
Learn the difference between your and you’re! As seen on jimromenesko.com today.