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Grammar and Technology

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On the face of it, grammar checkers seem like a good idea. English grammar is difficult enough to cause problems for even the most intelligent of writers, and the promise of the grammar checker is to take the pain out of the process. Unfortunately, things are not that simple.

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Grammar and Writing

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A convenient reference point for explanations of some of the more common grammar terms, especially for writers wanting to brush up on their explicit knowledge in this area. Literary examples used to jazz things up a bit.

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Grammar and Writing

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According to the Chicago Manual of Style, the comma is one of the most versatile of punctuation marks and indicates “the smallest interruption” in a sentence, but we editors and writers know that the situations where a comma may or may not be appropriate can quickly proliferate in a piece of work

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Academic Writing

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These academic writing tips are for you if you need general advice about writing academically. And they are especially for you if you’re new to academic writing. Having said that, this guide is suitable for anyone who’s confused about how to approach this difficult subject.

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