Would you write 56-years-old, or 56 years old? There’s more than one answer, so let’s investigate why so many writers disagree.
Would you write 56-years-old, or 56 years old? Hyphenation can be confusing for editors, especially when certain style guides disagree.
Some industries use jargon that can confuse wide audiences. For instance, many PR agencies use the words “creative” and “digital” as nouns.
Mnemonic devices are useful when learning difficult-to-memorize information, however, beware that some mnemonics will do more harm than good.
If you’re looking for new words to express new ideas or old ideas in new ways, here’s five questions you should ask before using a new word.
Editing is a tedious task, especially when dealing with similar phrases “compare with” and “compare to.” It’s time to clarify the confusion.
Though some editors are against the use of passive voice, there are many instances where this language style can benefit the written work.
Editing for harm in a written work can be a tricky process, so familiarizing yourself with conscious language is a great place to start.
Although the word “then” is often used as a coordinating conjunction, many editors still disagree on whether this is grammatically correct.
How do you balance the needs of a diverse audience on religious topics? By respecting everyone.