Editing copy meant for a religious audience requires becoming familiar with the religion’s writing style.
Should “confrontation” be paired with “between” or “of?” Both are grammatically correct, but which is preferred?
If you’re not trying to placate traditionalists, then don’t let their’ “careful usage” throw you for a loop. Do your homework instead.
Enamored with and enamored by are standard English. They aren’t labeled “nonstandard” or even “informal” in dictionaries that list them.
Don’t let your readers get distracted from your message by using a word that riles them up. Become familiar with skunked terms.
Is it correct to say that someone is “very organized,” as opposed to “very well organized?” If so, is it correct to say “very educated,” or “very trained?”
Is it “I couldn’t care less” or “I could care less,” and does the difference matter? The question isn’t as straightforward as it seems.