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Confusing word choices Who’s v whose Rules are made to be broken. I break them regularly when I’m writing – especially when I need to make ... Read more »
  Confusing word choices Their v there v they're ... Read more »
Writing tip Apostrophes You see them in ads, on signs, in professional biographies, on websites – you name it. Sometimes they're in the wrong spot. More often, ... Read more »
Less is more. The fewer words you write, the more impact you have. Removing surplus words needn’t change the meaning or ... Read more »
  Confusing word choices Complimentary v Complementary Spell check won’t pick up a misspelling when the word sounds the same as another valid word. If you're confused about the ... Read more »
Write less, say more How to write in fewer words Often the fewer words we use, the more impact our business writing will have.  Your webpage, ... Read more »
Euphemism means to 'sound good', and is a roundabout way of saying something. It is a neutral or indirect word or expression that replaces one that ... Read more »
If it’s a word we use often – or deem important – uppercasing the first letter may come naturally. Often, we’ll do it inadvertently. However, capitalisation ... Read more »
Commonly confused, principal and principle need close examination during editing. Principle: A standard, law or rule. The white paper’s environmental principles were deemed insubstantial. The moral ... Read more »