Monthly Archives: August 2010

Vocab Builder: Words My Clients Teach Me

One thing I love about editing is that I learn so much from my clients and their projects. This week, you can build your vocabulary with words my clients have taught me. Syllogism: deductive reasoning that comprises a major premise, … Continue reading

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The Apostrophe: Beyond the Basics

Today, we take a deeper look at apostrophe usage. You, too, can become an apostrophe super hero! Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Tech Terms

Technology is undeniably part of our lives. Brush up on some of the jargon so you don’t sound like a Luddite. Continue reading

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10 Subject-Verb Agreement Rules

Subject-verb agreement goes beyond just singular or plural. Ten rules to matching your subjects with your verbs. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: What’s Your Word of the Day?

One great way to learn new words is through one of the Word of the Day lists that abound online. Oxford English Dictionary offers one, as does Merriam-Webster, Dictionary.com, and Visual Thesaurus. You can visit the site, have the word … Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Gone Fishin’

Summer is a time to relax. Herewith, some words you can use to mean, “I’m taking time off.” Continue reading

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